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Author
Passion Pit
Take a Walk
Gossamer

 [Riff 1]
e|---16--14--------------14------16--14-------------14------------------|
B|-------------16--14--16----16----------16--14--16---16---14----14-----|
G|------------------------------------------------------------16----16--|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----14--16--14--------14----14------14--16--14------------------------|
G|------------------16------16----16------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

 [Riff 2]
e|------------------------------|
B|------------------------------|
G|---6---6--6--6--4--6--11--8---|
D|------------------------------|
A|------------------------------|
E|------------------------------|

Capo 2ND (W/out Capo)
D               (E)
A               (B)
E               (F#)

D
All these kinds of places
  A
Make it seem like it's been ages
    E                                       E
And tomorrow's sun and buildings scrape the sky.

  D
I love this country dearly
A
I can feel the latter clearly
E                                       E
But I never thought I'd be alone to try.

D
Once I was outside Penn station
A
Selling red and white carnations
E                                          E
We were still alone, my wife and I.

D
Before we married, saved my money
A
Brought my dear wife over.
E                                   E
Now I work to bring my family stateside.

D                       A
Got off the boat, they stayed a while
E
Then scattered 'cross the coast.
D                         A                  E
Once I'll year I'll see them for a week or so at most.

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D
Practice isn't perfect
  A
but the market cuts a loss.
    E                                           E
I remind myself that times could be much worse.

   D
My wife won't ask me questions-
  A
there's not so much to ask.
     E                              E
And she'll never flaunt around an empty purse.

D
What's my mother lacking
  A
Just to stay a couple nights
E                                          E
And decided she would stay the rest of her life.

D
And watch my little children
A
Play some boardgame in the kitchen
E                                         E
And I sit and pray they never feel my strife.

    D                     A                       E
But then my partner called to say the pension funds were gone
   D                    A                        E
He made some bad investments, now the accounts are overdrawn

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk.
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D                    A            E
Honey, it's your son, I think I borrowed just too much.
       D                           A                      E
We had taxes, we had bills, we had a lifestyle to front.
    D                            A                         E
And tonight I swear I'll come home and we'll make love like we're young.
      D                           A                     E
But tomorrow, you'll cook dinner for the neighbors and their kids.
       D                           A                    E
We can rip apart the socialists and all their damn taxes.
         D                A                E
You'll see I am no criminal, I'm down on both bad knees.
D                         A               E
I'm just too much a coward to admit when I'm in need.

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk.
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

D  A  E  E      x2
I took a walk
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
(take a walk, take a walk, take a walk)
Ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh

            
            
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