Welcome to the Double Dare UK tabs pages. We are actually a live pub band performing around Horsham, Sussex, but I have published some of my 600 song tabs on this site for sharing amongst the music community. If you want to copy tabs, simply cut and paste the words off the page and straight into WORD or NOTEPAD. I have worked carefully on many of these TABS to make sure that the chords are shown directly over the words, so the chord change corresponds exactly to the place where you are singing. That means you can play the whole songs straight off the paperwork without having to think about the structure of the song at all. I hope you enjoy these CHORDS, and please check out the many more we have on the SONGS page. Check out my band on the rest of the website too if you are interested...

              The Beatles




       Verse 1:

       F        Em7       A7                 Dm  Dm7  

       Yesterday   all my troubles seemed so far away   For chord)

       A#    Cb              F         C7     G7      A#    F

       now I need a place to hide away oh I belive in yesterday



       Verse 2:

       F       Em7        A7             Dm      Dm7

       Suddenly   I'm not half the man I used to be

       A#        Cb             F       C7     G7      A#    F

       there's a shadow hanging over me oh I belive in yesterday



       Middle 8:

       Em7 A7  Dm     Dm7        A#       Cb       F

       Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say

       Em7 A7   Dm        Dm7         A#       Cb    F

       I   said something wrong now I long for yesterday



       Verse 3:

       F        Em7         A7           Dm      Dm7

       Yesterday   love was such an easy game to play

       A#    Cb              F            C7  G7      A#    F

       now I need a place to hide away oh I belive in yesterday



       Middle 8:



       Verse 3:



       G7           Bb     F

       mm mm mm mm mm mm mmmmmmmmm












       define:  F: 133211    Em7: 010000    A7: 002223    Dm: 000231

                Dm7: 000211  A#: 113331     Cb: 335553    C: 032310    C7: x32310