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Capo V Strum the chords around the words; you'll get a feel for what goes where after a couple times. Also, please not chords have been repeated twice to denote when to strum once, example, at the start is a Dm, and then you strum another Dm over 'trees'. Dm No more walks in the wood Dm Am The trees have all been cut down Gm Bb C And where once they stood Dm Am Not even a wagon rut Dm G Appears along the path Gm Am Low brush is taking over [ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/e/eagles/105191.html ] Dm No more walks in the wood Dm Am This is the aftermath F F C Of afternoons in the clover fields Bb Gm Where we once made love F Bb Then wandered home together Bb Where the trees arched above F Bb Where we made our own weather F Bb When branches were the sky Gm Am Now they are gone for good Dm G And you, for ill, and I Gm Am7 Am only a passer-by Bb F/A Gm We and the trees and the way Am Gm Dm Back from the fields of play Gm Dm Am Lasted as long as we could Bbmaj7 Am7 Dm No more walks in the wood That's all there is to it. A really simple song. I love playing this at our church in three part harmony.
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