Beatles – Ballad Of John And Yoko tab

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Date: Tue, 30 Aug 1994 22:58:09 +0600
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Ballad Of John And Yoko
The BEATLES
>From the album "Hey Jude"

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E and E7 A------------ --------------------------------------|------------ -------2-4-2--------------------------|-------2-4-2 -0---4--------------------------------|0---4------- --------------------------------------|
E Standing in the dock at Southampton Trying to get to Holland Or France E7 The Man In the Mac said You gotta go back you know they didnt even give us a chance A you know it aint easy E you know how hard it can be B7 the way things are going ... E theyre gonna crucify me. Finally made the plane into paris honeymooning down by the seine peter brown called to say you can make it ok you can get married in gibraltar near spain .. you know it aint easy.... etc Drove from paris to the amsterdam hilton talking in our beds for a week the newspapers said whatre you doing in bed i said we're only trying to get us some peace ... you know it aint easy...etc A saving all your money for a rainy day giving all your clothes to charity B7 last nite the wife said oh boy when youre dead B You dont take nothing with you but your soul E Think! From: Harlan L Thompson [final two verses corrected] Made a lightning trip to Vienna Eating chocolate cake in a bag The newspapers said, "She's gone to his head They look just like two gurus in drag" ...CHORUS Caught the early plane back to London Fifty acorns tied in a sack The men from the press say "We wish you success It's good to have the both of you back"...CHORUS (from Past Masters 2, originally released as a single in 1969) (sent by Harlan at harlant@hawaii.edu)
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