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To The Wall lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, Bill
Anderson does a great job on this old country song. You can easily
learn to play it, the chords are simple to make.
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Talking To The Wall recorded by Bill Anderson written by Warner McPherson and Bill Montague
G Oh I might as well be talking to the wall
G I've known so long with me you've been unsatisfied
G So I finally found the strength to set you free
G Why already I forgot a million memories
G And leaving you was easy as could be
G But I might as well be talking to the wall
G When I tell myself I'm not missing you at all
G Cause every time you come around I fall C
G And I might as well be talking to the wall
G It seems there's not a day that some friend of mine
C G Doesn't bring back the memory I'll recall
G But I smile and say you know it's been a long long time
C G And I hardly remember her at all Repeat #2 Tag: C
G Yes I might as well be talking to the wall
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old song is very entertaining to play and sing, it's done with a
moderate tempo and has easy to make chords. Any of us amateurs can
learn to play it, just copy Talking To The Wall lyrics and chords, it won't take you long to learn it.