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Here Comes The Sun ʻUkulele Chords By The Beatles

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!

ʻUkulele chord diagrams for this song can be found here.

AbbeyRoadHere Comes The Sun ʻUkulele Chords
The Beatles
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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

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I'm an 'ukulele artist from Honoka'a, Hawai'i, where I run this site from a little plantation house in the jungle. I've taught workshops internationally, made Herb Ohta Jr. laugh until he cried, and once borrowed a uke to jam with HAPA onstage in my boardshorts. More about me