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Foo Fighters, Walking After You Chords (ver.1)

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Walking After You Chords (ver.1)

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"Walking After You"
recorded by Foo Fighters
written by Dave Grohl
Elektra records 62200-2

Here's a new version of "Walking After You," originally found on the Foo 
Fighter's 2nd album "The Colour and the Shape."  Actually, the chords 
are the same on both versions, but the "X-Files" version is, in my 
personal opinion, a better song.  It has more of a drum line and just 
sounds more complete.  It's like the "Colour" version wasn't quite 
complete when the album came out last May.  Anyway, here it is, the 
first draft of the new Foo Fighters single, "Walking After You," from 
"The X-Files" motion picture soundtrack:

"Walking After You" by Foo Fighters

Chord progression:
E  E2  A  A/A#  A  B7

E 0     E2 4     A 5     B7 2
  0        5       5        0
  1        4       6        2
  2        6       7        1
  2        7       7        0
  0        4       6        2

Tonight I'm tangled in my blanket of clouds
Dreaming aloud
Things just won't do without you matter of fact
I'm on your back
If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you
If you'd accept surrender I'll give up some more
Weren't you adored
I cannot be without you matter of fact
I'm on your back
If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you

There's a little bridge part in the middle where Dave goes  "Another 
heart cracked in two, I'm on your back," etc.  If anybody knows how to 
that A/A# chord, it sounds okay, but there's got to be something better 
than that out there.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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