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Walk On By Chords (ver.2)

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Walk On By Chords (ver.2)

Dionne Warwick
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                Walk On By:Dionne Warwick.
#1 in 1964.
           (Capo 1st fret.)
#1.
Am7
If you see me walkin’ down the street,
    D          Am7  D            Am7
and I start to cry, each time we meet.
D       Gm7   Am7     Gm7
Walk on by....walk on by.
Am7               Dm
Make believe that you don’t see the tears, 
     Am7              Bb                         C
just let me grieve in private, cause each time I see you,
                 Fmaj7
I break down and cry...
Bb      Fmaj7       Bb             Fmaj7      Bb
Walk on by,  (Don’t stop.) Walk on by, (Don’t stop.)
Bb      Fmaj7
Walk on by.

#2.
Am7
I just can’t get over losin’ you,
    D       Am7   D          Am7
and so if I seem, broken and blue.
D       Gm7  Am7     Gm7
Walk on by...Walk on by...
Am7               Dm                       Am7
Foolish pride..Is all that I have left, so let me hide,
    Bb                        C
the tears and the sadness you gave me,
                  Fmaj7
when you said goodbye.
Bb      Fmaj7      Bb            Fmaj7      Bb
Walk on by, (Don’t stop) Walk on by, (Don’t stop)
            Fmaj7 Bb Fmaj7
and walk on by...

#3.
Am7
I just can’t get over losin’ you,
    D       Am7   D          Am7
and so if I seem, broken and blue.
D       Gm7  Am7     Gm7
Walk on by...Walk on by...
Am7               Dm                       Am7
Foolish pride..Is all that I have left, so let me hide,
    Bb                        C
the tears and the sadness you gave me,
                  Fmaj7
when you said goodbye.
Bb      Fmaj7      Bb            Fmaj7      Bb
Walk on by, (Don’t stop) Walk on by, (Don’t stop)
            Fmaj7 Bb Fmaj7
and walk on by... (fade.)


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