The Beatles were a pretty upbeat band, but this has to be one of their happiest, ʻukulele-friendly tunes.
The Here Comes The Sun ʻukulele chords are super simple until the bridge. If you’re a beginner, you can skip over it until your fingers are nimble enough to play the Eb and Bb with ease. It would be such a great easy song, but John, Paul, George, and Ringo had to throw in a curveball somewhere!
Chorus: C Here comes the sun F D7 Here comes the sun C F/ C/ F/ C/ G7// And I say it's all right... C F G7 Little dar - ling, it's been a long, cold, lonely winter C F G7 Little dar - ling it feels like years since its been here Chorus> C F G7 Little dar - ling, the smiles returning to their faces, C F G7 Little dar - ling, it seems like years since it's been here Chorus> Bridge: Eb/ Bb/ F/ C//// G7// x2 Eb/ Bb/ F/ C G7// Sun, sun, sun, here it comes x4 [ Last time: hold G7 ] C F G7 Little dar - ling, I feel that ice is slowly melting, C F G7 Little dar - ling, it seems like years since its been clear Chorus> C F/ C/ F/ C/ G7// It's all right C F/ C/ F/ C/ G7// C/ It's all right