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(@rodders)
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Good one this, nice easy solo too. I had a good search to make sure it wasn't already posted and couldn'y find it. So lets hope its not a duplicate.

I think the original was done in A but I wouldn't swear to that.

G Em
I've just seen a face I can't for get the time or place where we just met
C
She's just the girl for me and I want all the world to see we've met
C D G
Mm mm mm mm mm mm

G D
Had it been another day I might have looked the other way and
Em Em C
I'd have never been aware, but as it is, I'll dream of her tonight
C G D G
Da da da da da da

D C G C G
Falling yes I am falling and she keeps calling me back again.

G D
I have never known the like of this I've been alone and I have
Em C
Missed things and kept out of sight but other girls were never quite like this
C G D G
Da da da da da da

guitar solo:
G D
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--0---0---0---2--2--2--0---0---4---4----0----0---5---5---4---4---2--|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

Em
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--0---0---0---2--2--2--0---0---4---4----0----0---5---5---4---4---2--|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

C G D
|------------------------------------------------------3--|
|-----------------------------------------------------3---|
|--0----------2--------0-------------------------0---0----|
|------------------------------4-----2-----4--------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|

D C G C G
Falling yes I am falling and she keeps calling me back again.

G D Em
I've just seen a face I can't for get the time or place where we just met
C
She's just the girl for me and I want all the world to see we've met
C G D G
Mm mm mm da da da

D C G C G
Falling yes I am falling and she keeps calling me back again.
D C G C G
Falling yes I am falling and she keeps calling me back again.
D C G C C G D G
Oh falling yes I am falling and she keeps calling me back again.

Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
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(@wes-inman)
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Rodders

Thanks for the great song from my favorite Beatle's album Rubber Soul.

This is a great song. :D

If you know something better than Rock and Roll, I'd like to hear it - Jerry Lee Lewis


   
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(@saber)
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Got any advice on a strum pattern? It sounds like there are strikes overlaying the actual struming, but I'm not too good at this stuff yet.

"Like the coldest winter chill. Heaven beside you. Hell within." -Jerry Cantrell


   
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(@dogsbody)
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"Plastic Soul Man!" "Plastic Soul!"

Good one Rod
You can never get tired of that album.

Chris

The guitar is all right John but you'll never make a living out of it! (John Lennon's Aunt Mimi)


   
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(@rodders)
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from my favorite Beatle's album Rubber Soul.
:D

Thats strange Wes, its on my copy of "Help"

And a big welcome to you GM, glad you like it.

Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
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(@wes-inman)
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Rodders

That is amazing. I never owned the album Help so I know I didn't hear it there. Also, I just looked up all the lyrics for Rubber Soul and they had a song called What Goes On that I have never heard even once. I absolutely do not know this song.

Is it possible the album was different in the States? It has to be, because I am sure this song was on my Rubber Soul album that I played everyday for years. By far my favorite Beatles album, but I loved them all.

Ah, that's it! Look I found it on this site. I knew I wasn't going crazy. :D

http://www.stevesbeatles.com/songs/ive_just_seen_a_face.asp

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(@rodders)
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You've cracked it Wes, you will sleep in peace tonight after all. :lol:

Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
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(@vic-lewis-vl)
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Nice one Rodders! So you and Wes were both right.....

:D :D :D

Vic

"Sometimes the beauty of music can help us all find strength to deal with all the curves life can throw us." (D. Hodge.)


   
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(@dan-t)
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Good job Rodders! 8)

Thanks much,
Dan

"The only way I know that guarantees no mistakes is not to play and that's simply not an option". David Hodge


   
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(@esrona)
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D D uD
1 2..e4
Is high tempo at 240 bpm and the chords are held for 4 bars
The chorus alternates every bar between the same as before and a
D DuDuD
1 2e3e4

hmmmm easy?

with practice it will be i am told
enjoy (must practice) :D


   
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(@the-slithy-tove)
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from my favorite Beatle's album Rubber Soul.
:D

Thats strange Wes, its on my copy of "Help"

And a big welcome to you GM, glad you like it.
The U.K. and U.S. albums have slightly different track listings. The original CD release used the U.K. versions, but they're now releasing the U.S. versions in multi volumed boxed sets (The Capitol Albums).


   
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Hey guys . . . . great post. Here's an intro I've been playing with. Any improvements are welcome.

INTRO:

e-------------------0-0-0-0------3-3-3-3-----7-7-7-7----12-12-12-12----8-8-8-8----10-10-10-10---12-12-12-12---------
B-------------------0-0-0-0------5-5-5-5-----8-8-8-8----12-12-12-12----8-8-8-8----10-10-10-10---12-12-12-12---------
G-------------------0-0-0-0------4-4-4-4-----9-9-9-9----12-12-12-12----9-9-9-9----10-10-10-10---12-12-12-12--------
D------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E---5---4---2-(let ring)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

e-------10-10-10-10---8-8-8-8---------
B-------10-10-10-10---8-8-8-8---------
G-------11-11-11-11---9-9-9-9---------
D--------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------

You are right Rodders, the Beatles did it in the key of A so I capo the 2nd fret to play with the CD (or at least try to!)

I seem to recall that although the songwriting credits on "What Goes On" went to Ringo (who sang it), it was primarily a Lennon/McCartny composition . . . Yeah, we got cheated on the albums in the States. EMI would always put a dozen or more tracks on the UK version. But its subsidiary, Capitol Records, would only put 9-10 on an LP in the U.S. so they could squeeze out an extra album or two over time. Reportedly, the Beatles were very cheesed off at this money grab by the corporation. One story had it that the infamous "butcher cover" on the Yesterday and Today album was a protest against the "carving up" of their work, and their treatment as pieces of meat. Maybe, maybe not. But it's a good story. (By the way, I was lucky enough to get a "Butcher" cover album when it came out!! It's still a prized possession!!)

"Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak."


   
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