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Yesterday Tin Whistle, Recorder And Flute Notes. Words and music by Paul McCartney. [ The Beatles ] The first line of this song used the C # note and the second line is a C natural. With the natural C note you just play with all the holes open.



In the letter notes above all the notes higher than the B are written in small letters. These are also suitable for playing the flute or recorder.

Yesterday was written in May 1965, as Paul McCartney say '' You dream and you don't know where these dreams come from unless dreams are some kind of release of things you don't usually think about and they're pretty strange sometimes, but this was a good dream and at the end of it I just heard this tune. So when I woke up there was a piano beside the bed and I put some chords to the tune, but I was lucky as the chords to the tune were were a lovely match. So I had written Yesterday without even trying. The amazing thing for me is that it's my most sussiful song ever. The strange thing is it's the one song I tried least with and it's the biggest''.


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