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Remember Walking In The Sand Chords - John Frusciante

Remember Walking In The Sand Chords
(Remember) Walking in the Sand
preformed live by John Frusciante in Hyde Park

written by George Morton and originally preformed by The Shangri-La's.

I've only seen this in a poor quality video on 
so I don't know how he started the song I'm just using the intro from the original version.


     Dm			  C
     Seems like the other day,
     Bb           A
     My baby went away,
     Gm                         A7   Eb/A7  A7
     He went away __ `cross the sea,
     Dm                     C
     It's been two years or so,
     Bb                  A
     Since I saw my baby go,
     Gm                                A7  Eb/A7  A7
     And then this letter ___ came for me,
     Dm                    C
     It said that we were through,
     Bb                A
     He found somebody new,
     Gm                                       A7  Eb/A7  A7
     Oh, lemme think, lemme think, what can I do?


     Oh no
     Oh no,
     Bb                 A7
     Oh no, no, no, no, no,

     Chorus: The (Dm) is muted with left hand (not with the picking hand)

       Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)   Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) Walkin' in the Sand

       Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)    Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) Walkin' hand in hand

       Dm    (Dm)        (Dm)    Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) The night was so exciting,

       Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)  Dm   (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) Smile was so inviting,

       Dm    (Dm)         (Dm)      Dm   (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) Then he touched my cheek,

       Dm    (Dm)   (Dm)  Dm    (Dm)       (Dm)
     (Remember) With his fingertips,

      Dm  (Dm)   (Dm)  Dm   (Dm)   (Dm)        A7          Eb/A7  A7   Dm
             Soflty,          softly      we'd meet with our lips,

          C     Bb     Gm    Eb/A7    A7


Tabbed by Martin Juhl

Thanks to Craig Carlson whos the guy that made the The Shangri-La's version.
This version is not much more than an update of his tab. 

John Frusciante - Remember Walking In The Sand Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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About the artist behind Remember Walking In The Sand Chords:

John Anthony Frusciante (pronounced [fruːˈʃɑːnteɪ (info)) (born March 5, 1970) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as the guitarist of the alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, with whom he has recorded five studio albums. Frusciante also maintains an active solo career, having released nine albums under his own name, as well as two collaborations with Josh Klinghoffer and Joe Lally under the name Ataxia. His solo recordings incorporate a variety of elements ranging from experimental rock and ambient music to New Wave and electronica. Drawing influence from guitarists of various genres, Frusciante emphasizes melody and emotion in his guitar playing, and favors vintage guitars and analog recording techniques.

Frusciante joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the age of eighteen, first appearing on the band's 1989 album Mother's Milk. The group's follow-up album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, was a breakthrough success. However, he was overwhelmed by the band's newfound popularity and as a result quit in 1992. He became a recluse and entered a long period of heroin addiction, during which he released his first recordings: Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt (1994) and Smile from the Streets You Hold (1997). In 1998, Frusciante successfully completed drug rehabilitation and rejoined the Chili Peppers for their 1999 album Californication. Since then he has continued to record with the band and has received critical recognition for his guitar-playing, ranking eighteenth on Rolling Stone's list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" in 2003.[1]

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