Can’t You See That She’s Mine in guitar acoustic version maybe one of the best music you loved. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Can’t You See That She’s Mine by The Dave Clark Five” using guitar too. Yup .. this song by can also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you need to know its guitar chords.

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Yups, guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the simple guitar will feel to play Can’t You See That She’s Mine music.

“Can’t You See That She’s Mine” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “The Dave Clark Five vs Peter & Gordon (1987)” album.

Can’t You See That She’s Mine by The Dave Clark Five Guitar Chords

“Can’t You See That She’s Mine”
(Dave Clark – Mike Smith)


organ arr. for guitar:

v v v v



v v v v


Verse 1:

[1: Oh!] Can’t you [D7]see that she’s m[G7]ine
We’ve been to[D7]gether for a long long t[G7]ime
And yet they t[D7]ry so very hard
To pull us a[A7]part
But we don’t c[D7]are what they say
We’re gonna k[G7]eep on lovin’ this way
‘Cause if they br[D7]eak us up
You k[A7]now it’ll only break my h[D7]eart

Verse 2:

[1: And] Don’t you know I love her so
I’ll never, never, never let her go
No matter what the people may say
Or try to do
‘Cause can’t you see that she’s mine
We’ve been together for a long long time
And it’ll stay that way
Because I know she’ll love me too


[A7]People talk and try to break us up
When they k[D7]now they don’t understand
But [E7]I don’t care what the people say
I’m gonna k[A7]eep on holdin’ her hand

[repeat verse 1]

[sax solo over verse chords]

[repeat verse 2]


And it’ll s[D7]tay that way
Bec[A7]ause I know she’ll love me [D7]too

[repeat intro; end cold on D9]

— another ace 60’s tab from Andrew Rogers

If you want to study The Dave Clark Five Can’t You See That She’s Mine guitar chords, you have to understand the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is quite based on its major counterpart.

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