Eight Days A Week

{t:Eight Days A Week}
{st:Lennon/McCartney}


[D]Ooh, I need your [E7]love, babe, [G]guess I know it's [D]true
Hope you need my [E7]love, babe, [G]just like I need [D]you
[Bm]Hold me, [G]love me, [Bm]hold me, [E7]love me
[D]Ain't got nothing but [E7]love, babe, [G]eight days a [D]week

[D]Love you every [E7]day, girl, [G]always on my [D]mind
One thing I can [E7]say, girl, [G]love you all the [D]time
[Bm]Hold me, [G]love me, [Bm]hold me, [E7]love me
[D]Ain't got nothing but [E7]love, babe, [G]eight days a [D]week

{comment:Chorus}
     [A]Eight days a week, I lo[Bm]ve you
     [E7]Eight days a week, is [G]not enough to [A7]show I care

[D]Ooh, I need your [E7]love, babe, [G]guess I know it's [D]true
Hope you need my [E7]love, babe, [G]just like I need [D]you
[Bm]Hold me, [G]love me, [Bm]hold me, [E7]love me
[D]Ain't got nothing but [E7]love, babe, [G]eight days a [D]week

{comment:Repeat chorus and fade}

Eight Days a WeekWikipedia: "Eight Days a Week" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, based on Paul's original idea, recorded by The Beatles and released on their December 1964 album Beatles for Sale.


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