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Walking After Midnight Chords

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 Verse1:
 A
 I go out walking after midnight 
        D       D
 Out in the moonlight just like we used to do
     A          D     E       A
 I'm always walking after midnight searching for you
        A 
 I walk for miles along the highway 
           D      D
 Well that's just my way of saying I love you
       A        D     E       A  A7   
 I'm always walking after midnight searching for you


 Chorus:
              D
 I stopped to see a weeping willow 
           A                     
 Crying on his pillow maybe he's crying for me
     D
 And as the skies turn gloomy 
                  A           E
 Night Winds whisper to me I'm lonesome as I can be
 
 verse2:
      A                   D
 I go out walking after midnight out in the starlight 
                     A             D     E       A
 Just hoping that maybe you're somewhere walking after midnight searching for me

 
 Chorus:
        D
 I stopped to see a weeping willow 
           A
 Crying on his pillow maybe he's crying for me
   D
 And as the skies turn gloomy 
      A            A           E
 Night winds whisper to me I'm lonesome as I can be

 Verse3:
          A               D
 I go out walking after midnight out in the moonlight 
   D                          A        D    E        A 
Just hoping that maybe you're somewhere walking after midnight searching for me
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rsk4367 wrote on August 25 2014, 12:56 am

these are the right chords, (I vary it a little bit and play it in G). These songs were written simply...not with 8-12 chords...

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kaylee.lee.3914 wrote on March 9 2015, 12:54 am

I don't know what your talking about, there is only 4 chords, well really only 3 cause A7 is only used once.

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rsk4367 wrote on March 9 2015, 04:37 am

I see where my comment was confusing. I was saying you, YOU were playing it RIGHT! I just do it in a differnt key...and mentioned how simply these songs were written. The person who posted Version 1 put bunches of other unneccessary/wrong chord in (imho). Sorry about the confusion! I should have been clearer. I've done this song at a couple of my acoustic gigs and use and have your version on my pad. Thanks for your work on it. Sincerely.

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