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How to Play All My Loving by The Beatles – Fingerstyle Guitar Lesson and TAB

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This is the full fingerstyle guitar lesson All My Loving by The Beatles.

All My Loving was written by Paul McCartney and credited to both him and John Lennon. It was written in the early sixties and appears on The Beatles second album With the Beatles, released in 1963. 

Like most Beatles’ songs, All My Loving makes for a great fingerstyle arrangement. This is because it has lots of fast-moving chords with a strong melody sung over the top. Because the song is so upbeat and catchy it makes this arrangement really fun to play, so if you’re around the intermediate level or above you’ll absolutely love playing this one.

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This arrangement mostly uses a traditional fingerpicking technique with just a few strums thrown in here and there. I’d recommend learning the chord progressions off by heart because (as mentioned above) there’s plenty of fast-moving changes to navigate. There’s really just three sections to it – there’s the verse, the chorus and the bridge. There’s also a little change to watch out for on the outro which is pretty tricky but very cool.

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