Chordie logo


Walking Her Home  Mark Schultz



Looking [A]back, He [E]sees[Esus] it al[E]l
It was [F#m]her first date the [E]night he [D]came to [E]call
Her dad said [A]son, have her [E]home[Esus] on t[E]ime
and [F#m]promise me you'll [E]never leave [D]her side...
[Bm]He to[A]ok her to a show in [D]town
[Bm]And [A]he was ten [D]feet off the [E]ground
Chorus:
He was [Esus]walking [E]her [A]home
and holding [E]her hand
All the way she [F#m]smiled and stole the breath right out of him
D[E]own [D]That[Esus] old [E]road
[A]With the stars up [E]above
He remembered [F#m]where he was
the [E]night he fell in [D]love[Dm]
He was walking her [A]home[D]

Verse 2:
[A]Ten more years in the [E]wai[Esus]ting [E]room
At [F#m]half past one
[E]And the doctor [D]said come in and [Esus]meet [E]your son
[A]His [E]knees [Esus]went [E]weak
When he saw his [F#m]wife
She was [E]smiling when she said he’s got your [D]eyes
[Bm]And as she [A]slept he held [D]her tight
[Bm]His mind went [A]back to that first [D]night

Chorus


Bridge:
He [F#m]walked her through the [E]best years of[Esus] her [E]life
Sixty years [F#m]together and he  [E]never left[Esus] her [E]side


Verse 3:
[A]A nursing home, At [E]eigh[Esus]ty-fi[E]ve
And the [F#m]doctor said it [E]could be [D]her last [E]night
And the nurse said [A]Oh , Should we [E]tell[Esus] him [E]now
Or should he [F#m]wait until the [E]morning to find [D]out
[Bm]But when they [A]checked her room that [D]night
[Bm]He was [A]laying by her [D]side

Final Chorus:
[E]He was [Esus]walki[E]ng her [A]home
and holding [E]her hand
Oh the way she [F#m]smiled when she said this is not the end
And [E]just [D]for[Esus] a wh[E]ile
[A]They were eigh[E]teen
She was still more [F#m]beautiful
To [E]him than any[D]thin[Dm]g
He was walking her [A]home[D]
He was walking her [A]home[D]
Looking [A]back, He [E]sees[Esus] it al[E]l
It was [F#m]her first date the [E]night he [D]came to [E]call

END

+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+

| This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation |
| of the song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, |
| or research. |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


Ultimate-Guitar.Com © 2005

Important: The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie server. The original song is hosted at www.ultimate-guitar.com. Chordie works as a search engine and provides on-the-fly formatting. Chordie does not index songs against artists/composers will. To remove this song please click here.

Text color:
Chord color:
Chord grids: 
Font size:    
Page size: 

A Bm D Dm E Esus F#m
variations - click chord images

Login - add to songbook

Transpose chords

Tuning

Rating click stars to rate

Layout
Accuracy

SHARE PAGE  




You need to log in to post comments