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Was Just Walking Out The Door lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a beautiful song by Jim Reeves. It's a little
different from most of his recordings, it's doable.
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I Was Just Walking Out The Door recorded by Jim Reeves written by Cindy Walker C G7 C I was just walking out the door F It's too bad you didn't come before E7 C Am I waited so long so long so long D7 G7 Now there's no time to wait anymore C G7 C How I cried for you day and night F And for the letters that you didn't write E7 C Am But now it's alright alright alright D7 G7 C You won't have to write anymore G7 C Not so long ago you will never know G7 C What this day to me could have been G7 C But it's all changed now darling anyhow D7 G7 It was nice to see you again C G7 C Well it's almost a quarter to four F Sorry I can't wait anymore E7 C Am Must be on my way this is my wedding day D7 G7 E7 And I was just walking out the door D7 G7 C I was just walking out the door
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is really a wonderful song, for most of us amateurs it takes a little
extra practice, but it's well worth the effort. It's done slowly with
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