Tell Me What Has Happened To You – George Harrison
This song features diminished chords, which Harrison was very fond of. It appears on various bootlegs. Actually, I think being unreleased and acoustic does it a favour. It would’ve lost its magic, if George had recorded it with the whole band for an album. Grab an acoustic guitar and see for yourself.
Edim = xx2323 Gdim = xx5454 A#dim = xx8989 Edim Gdim A#dim }x4 Edim Gdim A#dim Tell me what has happened to you Edim Gdim A#dim I tell you what has happened to me Edim Gdim A#dim Tell me what’s the matter with you Edim Gdim A#dim I tell you what’s the matter with me G Em C D Loooove G Em C D Loooove G B7 Em Cm Loooove And so on... Transcribed by Dawidsu
In fact Edim, Gdim and A#dim (and also C#dim) are inversions of each other (that’s how it is in case of diminished chords). Different inversions are used to show exactly how George plays it.