At 123 Rock we bring you fun and easy to follow Chord Charts with Lyrics as well as sheet music to some of your favorite songs. These accurate chord charts will help you play your favorite songs as well as help you get familiar with chord changes in different keys. These chords can be used for Guitar, Piano, Bass, Ukelele or any other instrument of your choice.
We strongly suggest that you practice playing along to the original track as well as practicing it on your own at your desired speed. We hope these chord charts give you a better understanding of harmony as well as giving you ideas for nice chord progressions and song forms.
How to play I Want To Hold Your Hand by The Beatles?
Today we bring you the chords for “I Want To Hold Your Hand” by The Beatles. This song was written in 1963 at Jane Asher’s house (Paul McCartney’s girlfriend at the time), and became not only the first song the Beatles recorded on four tracks (as opposed to their usual two track recording), but it also became the first single to hit No. 1 in America, selling over 10,000 copies per hour in the city of New York Alone, and it also became the single that the Beatles would months later perform on their first Ed Sullivan Show appearance.
I Want To Hold Your Hand – The Beatles (Key of G)
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