Harmonica Tab: Ob La Di Ob La Da by The Beatles

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Learn to play Ob La Di Ob La Da by The Beatles on your harmonica, the tab is below.

Song facts: “Ob La Di Ob La Da” was released in 1968 when reggae was beginning to become popular in Britain. The line “Desmond has a barrow in the market-place” is a reference to Desmond Dekker who was one of the first internationally well-known ska and reggae performers.

Harmonica type: diatonic

Listen to the song:

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Ob La Di Ob La Da by The Beatles (for diatonic harmonica)

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