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Walls Acoustic Chords


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TPATH played "Walls" with basically just Tom on the "Echo" tour and I really do love
how he plays it. Here are the chords of the Walls version from the 99 tour.

"Walls (acoustic)"
Capo on 5th fret

Intro: C Cadd9 (occasionally hammers on) Am F (occasional hammer on C note) G
(occasional hammer on F)

Some days are diamonds
Some days are rocks
Some doors are open
Some roads are blocked

(verse chords same throghuout)

Sundowns are golden
Then fade away
If I never do nothin
Im coming back someday

            F       C
You got a heart so big
            F       C
It could crush this town
             D          Am
And I cant hold out forever
G               C
Even walls fall down

Outro: C Cadd9 C Cadd9 C
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Dylan_Guitar wrote on May 27 2009, 09:11 pm

Great chords, love this version. The only thing I would change is the D above "hold" on the chorus is a D minor.

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