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Walk Right Back Chords
Walk Right Back by The Everly Brothers
(Capo 4 frets to match)

Intro: *A F#m C#m F#m  C#m F#m  (twice)

   A
I want you to tell me why you walked out on me
 A                     E 
I'm so lonesome every day
   E
I want you to know that since you walked out on me
 E                                A
Nothing seems to be the same old way
  A
Think about the love that burns within my heart for you
           A                            D   F#7  Bm
The good times we had before you went away, oh   me
Bm
Walk right back to me this minute
 A
Bring your love to me, don't send it
 E                     A
I'm so lonesome every day

       A
These eyes of mine that gave you loving glances once before
  A                          E
Changed to shades of cloudy gray
   E
I want so very much to see you just like before
  E                                 A
I gotta know you're coming back to stay
  A
Please believe me when I say it's great to hear from you
               A                                 D   F#7  Bm
But there's a lot of things a letter just can't say, oh   me
Bm
Walk right back to me this minute
 A
Bring your love to me, don't send it
 E                     A
I'm so lonesome every day
 E                     A
I'm so lonesome every day
 E                     A
I'm so lonesome every day

Egress: *A F#m C#m F#m  C#m F#m  (twice, end on A)

Note: play the Intro during 1st 2 lines until E, and then play E Bm C#m Bm  C#m Bm until A
*Note: listen to the song to get the rhythm of these chord progressions

Tabbed by Tom his ownself. Questions? Comments? Try tommur@gmail.com
(I've never heard them sing the 2nd verse before it sure is pretty!)



 
 
Everly Brothers - Walk Right Back Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Walk Right Back tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Walk Right Back Chords:

The Everly Brothers (Don Everly, born Isaac Donald Everly February 1, 1937, Brownie, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, Phil Everly, born Phillip Everly, January 19, 1939, Chicago, Illinois) are male siblings who were top-selling country-influenced rock and roll performers, best known for their steel-string guitar playing and close harmony singing. The Everlys are the most successful charting U.S. rock and roll duo on the Hot 100. Their greatest period of chart success came between 1957 and 1964.

Their father Ike Everly was a musician in his own right. Ike, along with Merle Travis, Mose Rager, and Kennedy Jones, was honored by the construction of The Four Legends Fountain in Drakesboro, Kentucky.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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