Welcome to my Ringo Starr songs page where you'll find a collection of full lesson tutorials available for purchase along with several free chord sheets in .pdf format and some rhythm tips on playing each song.
Chords and lyrics sheets below.
When The Beatles broke up in 1970, Ringo released his first single and this was it. It reached #1 in Canada and #4 in the UK and US. George Harrison co-wrote this song with Ringo and produced the single.
Hoyt Axton wrote this one but became very popular after Ringo released his version in 1975, reaching #1 in Canada and #3 on Billboard.
George Harrison collaborated on this one with Ringo which resulted in a #1 hit for Ringo in 1973.
In 1961 Johnny Brunette recorded this song and had a #8 on the Billboard Chart and 12 years later in 1973, Ringo came out with his version. Harry Nilisson sang backup on the track while Paul McCartney sang the break which sounds like a Kazoo but actually was not. This was the first song to hit #1 that had a Kazoo sounding break. The song also peaked #1 in New Zealand and #2 in Canada.
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