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Free Ticket to ride tab for the acoustic guitar. Learn to play The Beatles with easy chords for beginners
Ukulele Version: Ticket to ride Ukulele

Chords (6)

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Chord D7 (x,x,0,2,1,2)
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Chord E (0,2,2,1,0,0)
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Chord F#m (2,4,4,2,2,2)
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Chord GMaj7 (3,2,0,0,0,2)
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Chord Bm (x,2,4,4,3,2)
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Chord A (x,0,2,2,2,0)
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Intro (play twice... let all notes ring):

e|-----0-----------0-----0-----------0--|
B|--------2-----0-----------2-----0-----|
G|--2--------2--------2--------2--------|
D|--------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------|


1st Verse:
  A A                  A A 
I think I'm gonna be sad 
               A A    A A
I think it's today, yeah
    A A                      A A 
The girl that's driving me mad
          Bm Bm     E E
is going away


Chorus
F#m F#m                   D7 D7    
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                   Gmaj7 Gmaj7> let ring
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                    E E                  A A        A A
She's got a ticket to ride and she don't care



2nd verse
    A A                     A A
She said that living with me
                  A A   A A
Was bringing her down yeah.
    A A                  A A
For she would never be free
            Bm Bm      E E
When I was around.


Chorus
F#m F#m                   D7 D7    
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                   Gmaj7 Gmaj7>let ring
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                    E E                  A A        A A
She's got a ticket to ride and she don't care


Bridge :
  D7 D7                             D7 D7
I don't know why she's ridin' so high,
             D7 D7                                    E E
She ought to think twice, She ought to do right by me
  D7 D7                          D7 D7
Before she gets to saying goodbye, 
             D7 D7                                    E E>let ring  (E E)
She ought to think twice, She ought to do right by me



3rd Verse:
  A A                  A A 
I think I'm gonna be sad 
               A A    A A
I think it's today, yeah
    A A                      A A 
The girl that's driving me mad
          Bm Bm     E E
is going away



Chorus
F#m F#m                   D7 D7    
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                   Gmaj7 Gmaj7>let ring
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                    E E                  A A        A A
She's got a ticket to ride and she don't care




Bridge :
  D7 D7                             D7 D7
I don't know why she's ridin' so high,
             D7 D7                                    E E
She ought to think twice, She ought to do right by me
  D7 D7                          D7 D7
Before she gets to saying goodbye, 
             D7 D7                                    E E>let ring  (E E)
She ought to think twice, She ought to do right by me




4th verse
    A A                     A A
She said that living with me
                  A A   A A
Was bringing her down yeah.
    A A                  A A
For she would never be free
            Bm Bm      E E
When I was around.


Chorus
F#m F#m                   D7 D7    
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                   Gmaj7 Gmaj7
She's got a ticket to ride
F#m F#m                    E E                  A A        Ax
She's got a ticket to ride and she don't care


Outro
              A A         A A
My baby don't care.....    x4

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