As you learn to play this fingerstyle arrangement of Here, There And Everywhere, be sure to frequently return to the performance as a good reference point and guide.
Here, There And Everywhere was written by Paul McCartney for The Beatles and credited to Lennon-McCartney. McCartney wrote the song in the summer of 1966 and the song appears on the bands classic album Revolver.
This is such a beautiful and clever song, and McCartney himself considers it to be one of his best. In fact, Art Garfunkel says it’s his favourite song of all time! On the surface it’s a very sweet love ballad but when you dive into the song you find a truly brilliant melody line harmonised with incredibly sophisticated chord progressions. This is typical stuff for Lennon and McCartney, and Harrison too for that matter.
This fingerstyle arrangement of Here, There And Everywhere is pretty hard to play and will certainly require some technical ability to execute all the notes well. Having said that, there are of course ways you can simplify things somewhat and I mention how you can in the video lessons.
OK, let’s get learning this fingerstyle arrangement of Here, There And Everywhere.
Structure: Intro, Verse, Verse, Bridge, Verse, Bridge, Verse, Outro