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Beach House - Walk In The Park tab

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Beach House - Walk in the Park


Gm  C  Bb  F C
Gm  C  Bb  Bb 

F            C           Gm
You go for a walk in the park
                 C        Bb  
'Cause you don't need anything
F                 C         Gm
The hand that you sometimes hold
        C          Bb
Doesn't do anything
F                 C          Gm
The face that you see in the door
      C                      Bb
Isn't standing there anymore

F C Bb                  
        In a matter of time
F C Bb
        It would slip from my mind
F C Bb
        In and out of my life
F C Bb
        You would slip from my mind
F C Bb
        In a matter of time

F C

Gm  C  Bb  F C 
Gm  C  Bb  Bb

F                 C          Gm
The face that you saw in the door
      C                Bb
Isn't looking at you anymore
F                 C           Gm
The name that you call in its place
      C               Bb
Isn't waiting for your embrace
F                  C         Gm
The world that you love to behold
       C           Bb     
Cannot hold you anymore

F  C Gm      Bb
        In a matter of time
F  C Gm          Bb
        It would slip from my mind
F  C Gm        Bb
        In and out of my life
F  C Gm          Bb
        You would slip from my mind
F  C Gm      Bb
        In a matter of time

F  Am  F  Am

F  Am          F   Am
More, You want more
F  Am          F   Am
More, You want more
F  Am          F         Em/G
More, You want more  you tell me
F  Am      F        Em/G
More, Only time can run me

Fmaj7/C          G6        
More, You want more, You tell me 
Fmaj7/C    C        G    
More, Only time can run me

Fmaj7/C          G6        
More, You want more, You tell me 
Fmaj7/C    C        G    
More, Only time can run me

Fmaj7/C          G6        
More, You want more, You tell me 
Fmaj7/C    C        G    
More, Only time can run me



Chords you might need to check up:

           EADGBe
G6         320000
Fmaj7/C    x33210
Em/G       322000
Bb is the same as A# for those who didn't know. (x13331)

No, they are not very important for the dynamic of the song, 
but if you want it to sound extra good (or extra correct), 
i suggest you use them, all in all, they are pretty simple.


Now what Alex plays:

Intro

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|-5-7-5-7s2--5-7-5-7s10---------------0-5-7-5-3s7-0-5-7-5-7s2--5-7-5-7-0-|
|------------------------8-10-12-10-8------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse 

|---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5-|
|-----6-------6-------6-------6-------5-------5-------6-------6---|
|-5-------5-------7-------7-------5-------5-------7-------7-------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus (listen to the song how he plays it)

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|-/18-17-18-15-17-13-15-10/-|
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|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|

Outro (when the Fmaj7/C is played for the first time) 

|-------12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12--12-|
|-------13--13--13--13--13--13--13--13--13--13--13--13--12--12--12--12-|
|---------14------14------14------14------12------12------12------12---|
|-----15------15------15------15------14------14------12------12-------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
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