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Bruce Hornsby, I Will Walk With You Chords (ver.1)

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I Will Walk With You Chords (ver.1)

Bruce Hornsby Tabs
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                Intro: C, Am, F

VERSE:
Am                             F
A strong man feels weak in the still heat of the day

Am                                 Em   F    Em  F
Nothing is black and white, just a hazy gray

Am                                                    F
There's a long lonesome sound in the distance calling back to me

                  G         C
You look for some small reward

          F
Everybody wants a little more

                 G         C
You could be the one at my door

          F
Someone I might've seen before

       G
What I came here for

CHORUS:
C          F         G
Everything comes and goes

    Am     G           F
You try to believe but you never know

C      F        G
Anyway the wind blows

    Am        G      F
And baby, somewhere, sometime
I will walk with you

(Play Intro Again)

Long way to go, the road winds on and on
You feel all alone, in the cold light of the dawn
And I know that it's warm by your side, but you're so far away
There's always another wall
Sometimes you feel so small
You could pick me up when I fall
Be the one to help me through it all
Be there when I call

Everything comes and goes
You try to believe but you never know
Anyway the wind blows
And baby somewhere, sometime
I will walk with you

(Solo Break, Play Verse Chords)

There's always another wall
Sometimes you feel so small
You could pick me up when I fall
Be the one to help me through it all
Be there when I call

Everything comes and goes
You try to believe but you never know
Anyway the wind blows
And baby somewhere, sometime
I will walk with you

(Play Intro and Fade Out)
            
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