The Beatles - If youve got troubles

#research. Remember to view this file in Courier, or other monospaced font. # #See for more information. # Subject: b/beatles/if_youve_got_troubles.crd Date: Mon, 28 Jul 1997 15:39:08 PDT From: Stefan Lingdell <> The Beatles: If you've got trouble (Lennon/McCartney) >From "Anthology 2" (1996) Verse 1: E B7 E If you've got trouble then you've got less trouble than me E B7 E You say you're worried, you can't be as worried as me A B7 You're quite content to be banned, A B7 with all the advantage you had over me E B7 E Just cast your trouble and don't bring your trouble to me Verse 2: E B7 E I don't think it's funny when you ask for money and things E B7 E Especially when you're standing there wearing diamonds and rings A B7 You think I'm soft in the head, A B7 well try someone softer instead pretty thing E B7 E It's not so funny when you know what money can bring Chorus: A E A E B7 E You better leave me alone, I don't need a thing from you A E A E B7 E You better take yourself home, go and count a ring or two [Repeat verse 1] Guitar solo; chords: | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | | A7 | A7 | E7 | E7 | | B7 | A7 | E7 | E7 | [Repeat chorus] [Repeat verse 1] Coda: E B7 E Just cast your trouble and don't bring your troubles to me Transcribed by Stefan Lingdell E-mail:
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