Think For Yourself

This is one of the Beatles songs that doesn’t have a solo. It just repeats the same phrase four times.
I find that interesting.

Everybody, sing along……

Think for Yourself

The Beatles

I’ve got a word or two
To say about the things that you do
You’re telling all those lies
About the good things that we can have
If we close our eyes

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

I left you far behind
The ruins of the life that you have in mind
And though you still can’t see
I know your mind’s made up
You’re gonna cause more misery

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Although your mind’s opaque
Try thinking more if just for your own sake
The future still looks good
And you’ve got time to rectify
All the things that you should

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Who Needs Minor Chords

Many songs by the Rolling Stones have nothing but dominant chords. The song “Good Times Bad Times” is one such song. I have done two versions here. I hope you like them. Come on, say you do!

Acoustic Version

Final Versions

I have spent most of the day working on this song. So it seems only fitting I share it with my readers. And that is my final answer. And no, I won’t need to phone a friend. (Like anyone picks up the phone anymore!)

Also, here is everything you could ever want to know about one of the composers of this song:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axl_Rose

Piano Version
This is a Tree
Acoustic Guitar Version

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