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I Saw Her Standing There Tabs (ver.1)

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I Saw Her Standing There Tabs (ver.1)

Beatles
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              A			     D7		 A
Well she was just seventeen, if you know what I mean,
					  E7
And the way she looked was way beyond compare,
    A           A7	    D       F          A	E7	 A
So how could I dance with another,     when I saw her standing there.

      A                    D7	       A
Well she looked at me, and I, I could see, 
                                           E7
That before too long I'd fall in love with her.
 A            A7          D       F          A	      E7       A
She wouldn't dance with another,     when I saw her standing there.

         D7
Well my heart went boom when I crossed that room,
			E         D
And I held her hand in mine...

          A			          D7       	  A
Well we danced through the night, and we held each other tight,
                                         E7
And before too long I fell in love with her.
     A          A7          D       F           A        E7       A
Now I'll never dance with another,     since I saw her standing there.



[Instrumental same as verse]



         D7
Well my heart went boom when I crossed that room,
			E         D
And I held her hand in mine...

          A			          D7       	  A
Well we danced through the night, and we held each other tight,
                                         E7
And before too long I fell in love with her.
     A          A7          D       F           A        E7       A
Now I'll never dance with another,     since I saw her standing there.
         A        E7       A
Since I saw her standing there.
         A        E7       A
Since I saw her standing there.
            
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