I Feel Fine chords by The Beatles


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I Feel Fine | Chords + Lyrics


Intro

| A5 | A5 |
| D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 | C7 | Csus4 Cadd9 |
| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |

Verse 1

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
Baby’s good to me, you know she’s happy as can be, you know she said so.
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
I’m in love with her and I feel fine.

Verse 2

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
Baby says she’s mine, you know, she tells me all the time, you know she said so.
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
I’m in love with her and I feel fine.

Bridge 1

| G | Bm | C | D5 |
I’m so glad that she’s my little girl (ooh-ooh).
| G | Bm | C | D5 |
She’s so glad she’s telling all the world (ooh-ooh).

Verse 3

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
That her baby buys her things, you know he buys her diamond rings, you know she said so.
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
She’s in love with me and I feel fine.

Solo

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
| D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
| C7 | Csus4 Cadd9 |
| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |

Verse 4

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
Baby says she’s mine, you know she tells me all the time, you know she said so.
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
I’m in love with her and I feel fine.

Bridge 2

| G | Bm | C | D5 |
I’m so glad that she’s my little girl (ooh-ooh)
| G | Bm | C | D5 |
She’s so glad she’s telling all the world (ooh-ooh)

Verse 5

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
That her baby buys her things, you know she buys her diamond rings, you know she said so.
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
She’s in love with me and I feel fine.
| D5 | C5 ||: G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 :||
She’s in love with me and I feel fine.



I Feel Fine Chords: Learn the progressions!


I Feel Fine Analysis + TAB

The chords for The Beatles‘ 8th hit, I Feel Fine are more of a riff, outlining intervals that can be described as chords in order to help you remember the riffs.

The only way to get this right is to use TAB, and since there are two guitars on the original recording, we must modify the part into something that works on just one guitar, has variation, but isn’t too difficult to remember.

Once you’ve gone through this process, just seeing the chords will enable you to play I Feel Fine’s chords as a riff, with variation, in an improvised way, making it lots of fun to play for years to come.

Members get this for all sections of I Feel Fine. With that under their belt, they just read the chords, like this for the verse:

| G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |
| D7 | Dsus4 Dadd9 |
| D5 | C5 | G7 | Gsus4 Gadd9 |

The bridge is a relief/release as the chords are more straightforward when they move I – III – IV – V, like this:

||: G | Bm | C | D5 :||

Here’s a link to the complete lesson (members only): I Feel Fine – Guitar lesson with TAB.

Become a member today and get unlimited access to all step-by-step guitar coursesTAB for the songbook, the Self-Eliminating Practice Routine, and the eBook Spytunes Method.

I Feel Fine is a great example of an early Beatles tune!

Early Beatles tunes include obvious choices such as I Saw Her Standing There and Twist & Shout, I Feel Fine feels like a more interesting choice for the ’60s covers band.

Here are another three Beatles tunes you could put in this same category, Paperback Writer, We Can Work It Out, and my favorite, Don’t Let Me Down.

As the Beatles catalogue is so immense, there are so many tunes to choose from, picking the slightly less obvious ones might make your band slightly more interesting.

These tunes do however require that you have rehearsed, whereas I Saw Her Standing There can be played by a band forming in the car park, half an hour before the gig.

The Beatles themselves famously played covers for 8 hours a day in Hamburg before returning to England and becoming the biggest band in the world. They didn’t just form in the car park outside the record label…



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