When I’m 64 (Beatles)

WHEN IM 64

G When I get older losing my hair, Many years from D7 now.
D7 Will you still be sending me a Valentine Birthday greetings G bottle of wine.

G If I’d been out till quarter to three G7 Would you lock the C door.
C7 Will you still need me, G will you still feed me,
A7 When I’m D7 sixty G four.

Instr{ Em D Em

Br{ Em You’ll be older B7 too, Em And if you Am say the word,
C I could D7 stay with G you. D DD DD

G I could be handy, mending a fuse When your lights have D7 gone.
D7 You can knit a sweater by the fireside Sunday morning G go for a ride.

G Doing the garden, digging the weeds, G7 Who could ask for C more.
C7 Will you still need me, G will you still feed me,
A7 When I’m D7 sixty G four

Br{ Em Every summer we can rent a cottage In the Isle of D Wright,
if it’s not too Em dear Em We shall scrimp and B7 save

Em Grandchildren on your Am knee
C Vera D7 Chuck & G Dave D DD DD

G Send me a postcard, drop me a line, Stating point of D7 view
D7 Indicate precisely what you mean to say Yours sincerely, G wasting away

G Give me your answer, fill in a form Mine for D7 evermore.
C7 Will you still need me, G will you still feed me,
A7 When I’m D7 sixty G four