Love Me Do – The Beatles (Very Easy Beginner Song Guitar Lesson BS-108) How To Play

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In this very easy song guitar lesson video we’re going to check out Love Me Do by the Beatles which is a Stage 1 beginners song, with only A, D and E chords.

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  1. Just played your chords along with the actual Beatles track, from 1, and I thought I was tone def all of a sudden. Then I realized they ARE NOT playing A-D-E. They are actually playing G major, C major, D major.

  2. I am teaching this song to my guitar student this evening. He is going to be 14 years old this april 26th. By the way thank you for this video. Laurent, Toulouse, France.

  3. I'll take the guitar 😉

  4. Love me D


  6. This lesson inspired me to write an original tune " Love Me Eh!

  7. Aren't the chords G & C and the bridge D C F G? And a C harmonica.

  8. Peaky fookin Blinders!

  9. !!!YOU ROCK!!!

  10. Christopher Cooper

    Um 10th fret capo is that a joke? The beatles music video for the song shows it at first or second fret with C shape and G shape chords.

  11. which tempo do you recommend to play this song? original tempo or a bit slower or just what fits me best?

  12. Theses are the chords I have learnt but did not know how to strum to make it sound like it

  13. I'm a beginner and I hate you for saying 'it is that simple' 😛

  14. That’s not how they play it

  15. Bodie & Doyle The Professionals

    Hello, ladies. Ay! Love me D

  16. quelle est cette guitare ??

  17. very good

  18. Michael Freestone

    Which E chord is that?

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