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Interlude: G  G  G  G

G        Gbm       B7                 Em      D C 
Yesterday,  all my troubles seemed so far away
C      D7                      G        
Now it looks as though they're here to stay
    Em   A        C     G
Oh, I  believe in yesterday


G       Gbm        B7             Em        D C
Suddenly,  I'm not half the man I used to be
C         D7             G     
There's a shadow hanging over me
    Em    A        C     G
Oh, yesterday came suddenly


B7       Em  D  C           D7                 G   
Why, she had to go, I don't know, she wouldn't say
B7     Em  D     C            D7             G  D C G
I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday


G        Gbm         B7           Em          D C 
Yesterday,  love was such an easy game to play
C      D7             G         
Now I need a place to hide away
    Em  A        C     G
Oh, I believe in yesterday


B7       Em  D  C           D7                 G   
Why, she had to go, I don't know, she wouldn't say
B7     Em  D     C            D7             G  D C G
I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday


G        Gbm         B7           Em          D C
Yesterday,  love was such an easy game to play
C     D7              G         
Now I need a place to hide away
    Em  A        C     G
Oh, I believe in yesterday


G       A7      C       G
Mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm-mmm-mmmmm
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Sarina
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Sarina

I would suggest -2 all the chord sound spot on to the original and they are extremely easy too

Elliott James
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Elliott James

What about E lmao that’s not an easy chord

Cody Demos
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Cody Demos

What about Bb that’s harder than Em

Leo smith
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Leo smith

I would recommend substituting all The A chords with A7

Dillon
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Dillon

If you play it transposed +5 it’s a lot easier in my opinion. I’m a baritone and it’s easier to sing at this pitch plus the chords are C, F, G, Am, D, etc. Also the Bm in this transposition should be played as an Em which is [4320] (idk the notation for ukulele but it’s first string, second, and so on)

Twentyonediscos
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Twentyonediscos

Love this song, it gives me the thought of someone sitting and playing this as the sun rises, reminiscing of the times when love was easier. I dunno it just sounds sad but with something warm and happy in it

UKUgod
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Good song Learned new Chord

alex
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alex

i do D D U U DU for one chord and then the next two i do DD, and repeated overall it sounds like
D D U U DU DD DD
G Gbm B7

alex
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alex

yeah change all em to e7 and c to c7

heyyy
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heyyy

-7 is the easiest i think

Mary Mitchell
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Mary Mitchell

What ukulele strumming pattern for the pasty clients walking after midnight song

Zoe
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Zoe

I’m doing DUDD but switching to DUDDD For the Em D C

Katie Cunningham
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Katie Cunningham

Heads up — if the Em sounds funky, that’s because it’s supposed to be played as an Em7. On the ukulele, it sounds better played as just an E7. Also, all the G’s are supposed to be G7.

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