I’m grateful for the excellent tabs for this song on this site. I now seek tabs for the ending (All my loving, all my lov-ing, oo oo, all my loving, I will send to you). I have a diatonic 10-hole harp. I tried working out the tabs but just can’t get them right. Any help appreciated, many thanks.
Piece of advice bro-
You got the tabs for the first part? What I do is record myself playing the first part and then listen to it a hole bunch of times, trying to match in my mind which ‘tones’ go with which ‘holes’. Does that make sense? Then, listen to the rest of the song that you don’t have tabs for, and work it out! IMHO, its one of the best ways to learn! Even though it takes time and hard labor, at the end of it all, you have a better understanding for the instrument, which definitely helps you in the long run!
My own 2 cents, take it or leave it!
All My Loving by the Beatles is one of my first non-traditional folk songs I learned to play. Also, it’s why it’s one of my favorites as it’s pretty short and easy to remember as well.
Back then, I purchased a Beatles harmonica song book from a music store. Unfortunately, after years of moving around, I never knew where exactly I misplaced/lost it.
Fortunately, nowadays, we have the Internet. And JP Allen’s Harmonica Tabs finder from his blog. So give it a whirl, and am sure within a few clicks of a mouse, you’ll be playing along with:
"Close your eyes, and I’ll kiss you –
Tomorrow I’ll miss you…"
Keep On Harpin’!
More Beatles stuff here for you http://www.harpsurgery.com/more-beatles-harmonica-with-tab/