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Walk Right Back  Everly Brothers

[]Walk Right Back - Recorded by Everlys in
1961 - Hit #7 on charts.(entire original version).


Intro: [A]- [F#m] - [Am7] - [F#m] - [Am7] - [F#m]
Verse(1)

I [A]want [E7]you to [D9]tell me [A]why you [A6]walked [A]out on [Cdim]me [A]
[A]I'm [E7]so [D]lonesome [A]every [Cdim]day[A] [E7] [E]
I [E7]want [D9]you to [E7]know that [D9]since you [E7]walked [E]out on [Cdim]. [E]me

[E7]   [D9] [E7]    [Cdim].[E] [E7]  [D9]  [E7]  [A]
Nothin' seems to be the same old way

[A]      [E7]       [D9]   [A]    [Cdim]. [A]   [A6]    [A]     [Cdim].[A]
Think about the love that burns within my heart for you
[E7]  [A]     [E7] [A]   [E7] [A]   [Cdim].[A7]  [D]     [F#m] [Bm] [Bm7]
The times we had before you went away, oh me

(Chorus)

[D]          [D6]      [B7]      [E7]
Walk right back to me this minute

[A]     [F#m]          [A]   [D9]    [E7] [A]
Bring your love to me, don't send it

[E7]  [D9] [E] [E7]     [Cdim]. [A]
I'm so lonesome every day

Verse (2)


      [A]       [E7]        [D9]   [A]   [Cdim].[A]  [A6] [A]
These eyes of mine that gave you loving glances once

[A]       [E7]  [D]     [A]  [Cdim].[A]  [E7] [E]
Changed to shades of cloudy gray

[E7]        [D9]   [E7]   [D9]  [E7] [E]    [D9]   [E7]   [Cdim].[E7]
I want so very much to see you, just like before

[E7]   [D9]    [E7]   [Cdim].  [E] [E7]   [D9]   [E7] [A]
I've gotta know you're coming back to stay

[A]      [E7]         [D9]   [A] [Cdim].[A]   [A6]       [A]     [Cdim]. [A]
Please believe me when I say it's great to hear from you

    [E7]        [A]   [E7]  [A]     [E7] [A] [Cdim]. [A7]       [D]    [F#] [Bm]
But there's a lot of things a letter just can't say, oh me

(Chorus:)

[D]          [D6]      [B7]      [Cdim].
Walk right back to me this minute

[A]          [F#m]     [A]   [D9]    [Cdim]. [A]
Bring your love to me, don't send it
[E7]   [D9] [E] [E7]    [Cdim].[E7] [A]
I'm so lonesome every day


When the Everly Bros. recorded Walk Right Back the original version had not
been finished - so they sang the first verse twice. Anne Murry later recorded
the Everly version. I don't know why she didn't record the whole thing.


A mouldy golden oldie from Kraziekhat!


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