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Walk On By Chords

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Walk on by, Leroy Van Dyke, compiled "by ear" to the text file below. Nice song easy to 
with a light country rhythm. Place capo on 1st fret plays the song to the music.

Intro: D  E  A

      A		D	E		  A
If I see you tomorrow on some street in town,
      D		E	   A	E
Pardon me if I don't say hello.
      A		D     E			   A
I belong to another; it wouldn't look so good,
     D		     E		      A
to know someone I'm not supposed to know.


Chorus
N.C.	      A	   N.C		E
Just walk on by, wait on the corner.
    D			E		A
I love you, but we're strangers when we meet.
N.C.	      A	   N.C.		E
Just walk on by, wait on the corner.
    D			E		A
I love you, but we're strangers when we meet.

D  E  A

      A		D	    E		       A
In a dimly lit corner, at a place outside of town,
      D		E	   	   A	E
tonight we'll try to say goodbye again.
     A		     D     E   			A
But I know it's not over, I'll call tomorrow night.
     D		E		A
I can't let you go, so why pretend.


Chorus
N.C.	      A	   N.C.		E
Just walk on by, wait on the corner.
    D			E		A
I love you, but we're strangers when we meet.
N.C.	      A	   N.C.		E
Just walk on by, wait on the corner.
    D			E		A
I love you, but we're strangers when we meet.
    D			E		A
I love you, but we're strangers when we meet.


compiled here by Edward Rock, erock3@twcny.rr.com
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