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Walkin In The Rain Chords (ver.1)

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Walkin In The Rain Chords (ver.1)

Jay And The Americans
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                Walkin' In The Rain:Jay And The Americans.
#14 in 1969.

#1.
G                Am7      D  
I want her and I need her..
    G                                  Am7          D  
and someday, someway...whoooa, ooohhh, ooohh...I'll meet her.
C                 G        C                  G
She'll be kind of shy..and real good looking, too. 
    C                G 
And I'll be certain, she's my girl
       Am7             C         G   
  
CHORUS:
Am7  D              G    Am7 
Like walking in the rain. 
    D              G         Am7 
And wishing on the stars up above, 
    D           G    Am7  C Am7 D G
and being so in love. 
  
#2.
G                        Am7      D
When she's near me, I'll kiss her.
    G                                  Am7         D
And when she leaves me...whoooa, oooh, oooh...I'll miss her.
C                      G
Though sometimes we'll fight,
C              G 
I won't really care.
    C                     G
And I'll know she's gonna be alright..
         Am7      C         G
cause we got..so..much..to..share..

CHORUS:
Am7  D              G    Am7 
Like walking in the rain.
    D              G         Am7 
And wishing on the stars up above 
    D           G  
And being so in love.

#3.
 C                          G
(Joni)..no, no she'll never do.
 C                         G
(Peggy)..no, it isn't her, too.
           Am7               C
They would never, no, they'd never..
             G     Am7
never, ever, love..

OUTRO:
D              G    Am7
Walking in the rain..
    D              G     Am7
and wishing on the stars.
   D           G    Am7
Or being so in love..
D              G    Am7
Walking in the rain..(Fade.)


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