Don’t let me down played in guitar might be one of your favourite song. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Don’t let me down by The Beatles” using guitar too. Yes .. this song by may also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yups, guitar is hard to study in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play that music.

“Don’t let me down” guitar chords has Ballade rhythm and included in “” album.

Don’t let me down by The Beatles Guitar Chords

1. [E] Nobody ever loved me like she [F#m] does
Ooh she does, [B] yeah she [E] does
And if somebody loved me like she’d [F#m] do me
Oh she’d do me, [B] yeah she [E] does

Chorus:
[E] Don’t let me [F#m] down, [B] don’t let me [E] down
Don’t let me [F#m] down, [B] don’t let me [E] down

[E] I’m in love for the first time
Don’t you know it’s gonna [B] last
It’s a love that lasts for [B7] ever
It’s a love that has no [E] past

2. [E] And from the first time that she really [F#m] done me
Ooh she done me, [B] she done me [E] good
I guess nobody ever really [F#m] done me
Ooh she done me, [B] she done me [E] good

Bridge:
Ow! [E] Don’t let me [F#m] down, [B] don’t let me [E] down
Don’t let me [F#m] down, [B] don’t let me [E] down

3. [E] Nobody ever loved me like she [F#m] does
Ooh she does, [B] yeah she [E] does
And if somebody loved me like she’d [F#m] does
Oh she’d do me, [B] yeah she [E] does.

[E] I’m in love for the first time
Don’t you know it’s gonna [B] last
It’s a love that lasts for [B7] ever
It’s a love that has no [E] past

4. [E] And from the first time that she really [F#m] done me
Ooh she done me, [B] she done me [E] good
I guess nobody ever really [F#m] done me
Ooh she done me, [B] she done me [E] good
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If you wanna study The Beatles Don’t let me down guitar chords, you have to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart.

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