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-5   May 20 2006, 10:48 pm by shar'sgitar |
well, it's pritty good. BUT! it is still iffy. i dunno, may-b I can correct it....NAH!!! that is NOT MY JOB!!!! lol! okay, okay, apparently im hyper as!!!!!!!!!

-1   October 15 2006, 03:42 pm by britishenglish |
I think it's excellent, I see no reason for it to be 2 stars.
-1   July 18 2007, 09:52 pm by fakingthebooks |
Actually, I find that there is a few changes that I would make myself:
Firstly, I think the riff just before the verse is:


Secondly, I think that the chorus would sound better as:


All you need is love

All you need is love

G B7 Em G/D
All you need is love love

Love is all you need

But other than that, it's good.
July 27 2008, 01:26 pm by dan230993 |
i think the tab is good it is exactly the same as the beatles complete tab book
August 28 2008, 03:03 am by ChinMusic |
Yep, this is exactly the same as the complete scores book. I approve :D haha.
July 12 2009, 06:24 pm by Psychostrummer |
I think it sounds pretty spot on. but, in the chorus, I like G/B (x20033) or, even better, G6/B (x22033..same as Em7/B) instead of G/D. to me, it sounds like B is certainly the root note.
April 13 2010, 12:35 pm by DodiCardosinho |
the intro could be better. i think this is the one:

e ---------------10---7-----7-----8-------
B -----8-8-10-10--------8-8---8-----10-7-8
G -7-9--------------------------9---------
January 7 2011, 01:23 pm by nia skywalker |
yeah great tab is same as my Beatles Complete as well :P
bt I think that the 2nd riff is

January 7 2011, 01:27 pm by nia skywalker |
D -------0----0--2
A --2--3----------
G ----------------

but apart from that is really good tab :)
February 27 2011, 10:30 am by PMcCJLGHRS |
Well, I think it's right most of the time, and some of the other comments is probably also right, but I think the second riff, the one before the verse, should be like this

D --0--0-----------0--0-2
A --------3-3--2-3-------
E -----------------------

I think there's another note after the last over here, 2nd fret on the D, maybe an open G string. I'm not sure... but I think this sounds better at least...
June 3 2013, 05:15 pm by guyper |
Well I think it's pretty good info and I can add embellishments as desired. Now I can play the song at the wedding so, thanks a lot. It was a tremendous help.
September 28 2013, 04:52 pm by Mr White 00 |
What does it mean D/F# ?
I have never understood that. Is that a correct way to label a chord?
October 28 2013, 07:53 pm by BanjoStephen |
D/F# is a D chord with an F# bass note. HTH.
November 18 2015, 05:24 am by xXCoricXx |
27th of November, 1996?
These chords are 3 days older than me.

What a world we live in.
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