Ain't she sweet? (ultimate guitar)

The Beatles 1962

{title: Ain't she sweet? (ultimate guitar)}
{artist: The Beatles 1962}

# no-barre chords:
#{define: E6 frets 1 1 0 2 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: C7 frets 0 0 0 1 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: B7 frets 4 3 2 0 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: E  frets 1 4 0 2 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: G#7 frets 1 0 2 3 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: C#7 frets 1 1 1 2 fingers 0 0 0 0 add: string 4 fret 1 finger 0}
#{define: F#7 frets 3 4 2 1 fingers 0 0 0 0}
#{define: A frets 2 1 0 0 fingers 0 0 0 0}


# intermediate chords:
{define: E6 frets 4 4 4 4 fingers 0 0 0 0}
{define: C7 frets 3 4 3 3 fingers 0 0 0 0 add: string 2 fret 3 finger 0}
{define: B7 frets 2 3 2 2 fingers 0 0 0 0 add: string 2 fret 2 finger 0}
{define: B7* frets 4 6 5 6 fingers 0 0 0 0}
{define: E frets 4 4 4 7 fingers 0 0 0 0 add: string 4 fret 4 finger 0}
{define: G#7 frets 5 6 4 6 fingers 0 0 0 0}
{define: C#7 frets 4 5 4 4 fingers 0 0 0 0 add: string 2 fret 4 finger 0}
{define: F#7 frets 3 4 2 4 fingers 0 0 0 0}
{define: A frets 6 4 5 4 fingers 0 0 0 0}

# source: https://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tab/the_beatles/aint_she_sweet_ukulele_1901569
# 
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# 
# Written by: Ager/Yellen
# Recorded in 1962
# Now on: "Anthology 1" (1995)
# 
# Tabbed by: maguri
# Tuning: soprano C
# 
# I listened a lot to what the Beatles did here. It's an eclectic 
# arrangement, a little Jazz (bass), a little Beat (guitars). The bass 
# goes up chromatically, suggesting something diminished as the second 
# chord. The guitars however don't use a diminshed chord but play a 
# regular C or C7 there. I don't think, though, that this dissonant C7/F 
# should be reflected in a ukulele chord sheet, so my reading just 
# features the plain C7. For completists, this is what actually happens
# in the Beatles' recording:
# 
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# 
# 
# CHORDS    no barre   intermediate                  transposed -4 (key of C)
# 
#           g-C-E-A    g-C-E-A                            g-C-E-A                    
# E6        1-1-0-2    4-4-4-4                       C6   0-0-0-0
# C7        0-0-0-1    3-4-3-3                       G#7  1-0-2-3
# B7        4-3-2-0    2-3-2-2                       G7   0-2-1-2
#                      4-6-5-6 (B7 in turnaround) 
# E         1-4-0-2    4-4-4-7                       C    0-0-0-3
# G#7       1-0-2-3    5-6-4-6                       E7   1-2-0-2
# C#7       1-1-1-2    4-5-4-4                       A7   0-1-0-0
# F#7       3-4-2-1    3-4-2-4                       D7   2-0-2-0
# A         2-1-0-0    6-4-5-4                       F    2-0-1-0
# 
# 
# Alternative for the turnaround (includes the lead vocal, 
# not what the Beatles play, but sounds nice - kind of jazzy-flashy):
# not | F#7     B7    | E B7 |
# but | F#9     B13   | E B7 |
#     3-4-4-4  2-3-4-2
# 
# 
# For easier chord shapes and if the original key is not important, 
# transpose -4 to C (shapes, see below).
# 
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# 

{c: Intro breaks}
[B7]1 + 2 + [B7]3 + 4 + [B7]1  

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]ain’t [C7]she [B7]sweet
See her [E6]walking [C7]down that [B7]street
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet?  [B7]  

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]ain’t [C7]she [B7]nice
Well, look her [E6]over [C7]once or [B7]twice
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7]she [E]nice?

{c: Middle 8}
Just cast an [A]eye
In her di[E]rection
Oh, me; oh, [A]my
              1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 
Ain’t that per[B7]fection?[B7]          [B7]    

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]I [C7]re-[B7]peat
Well, don't you [E6]think that's [C7]kind of [B7]neat?
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet?

{c: Solo}
| [A]/ / / / | / / / / | [E]/ / / / | / / / / |
| [A]/ / / / | / / / / | [B7]/ / / / | / / / / |

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]ain’t [C7]she [B7]sweet
See her [E6]walking [C7]down that [B7]street
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet?  [B7]  

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]ain’t [C7]she [B7]nice
Well, look her [E6]over [C7]once or [B7]twice
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7]she [E]nice?

{c: Middle 8}
Just cast an [A]eye
In her di[E]rection
Oh, me; oh, [A]my
              1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 
Ain’t that per[B7]fection?[B7]          [B7]    

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]I-I [C7]re-[B7]peat
Well, don't you [E6]think that's[C7] kind of [B7]neat?
Yes, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet? [B7]  

{c: Verse}
[B7]Oh, [E6]ain’t [C7]she [B7]sweet
See her [E6]walking [C7]down that [B7]street
Well, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet?

{c: Coda}
Yeah, I [E]ask [G#7]you very [C#7]confidentially
[F#7]Ain’t [B7*]she [E]sweet?












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