Walk Away The Eagles Farewell Tour I Transcribed by: Steven P. Asus4 x02230 A x02220 F#m 244222 E 022100 D xx0232 C x32010 C* x35553 B* x24442 Asus4 A A Asus4 A (repeat 1x) Verse 1 A Asus4 A Takin' my time Asus4 A Choosin' my lines Asus4 A Asus4 A Tryn' to decide what to do Asus4 A Looks like my stop Asus4 A I don't wanna get off Asus4 A Got myself hung up on you Chorus 1 F#m Seems to me E D You don't wanna talk about it E F#m Seems to me E D E A D C D You just turn your pretty head and walk a - way (Walk a - way) Verse 2 A Asus4 A Places I've known Asus4 A Things that I'm growin' Asus4 A Asus4 A Don't taste the same with - out you Asus4 A I got myself in Asus4 A The worst mess I've been Asus4 A And I find myself starvin' with - out you Chorus 2 F#m Comes to - day E D Talk all night here come the mornin' E F#m Come what may E D E A D C D You just forget what we said and greet the day (Hey, hey! Walk a - way) A D C D Walk a - way walk a - way Solo A Asus4 (repeat 7x) A C* B* A (repeat 8x) Bridge (tacet) I've got to cool myself down Stompin' around Asus4 A Thinkin' some words I can't name ya Asus4 A I guess it's okay Asus4 A I got nothin' to say Asus4 A Still I don't s'ppose I can blame ya Chorus 3 F#m Seems to me E D You don't wanna talk about it E F#m Seems to me E D E A D C D You just turn your pretty head and walk away A D C D Whoa! Walk a - way walk away, ahhh A D C D Walk, walk, walk, walk a - way A D C D Walk, walk, walk, walk a way A D C D (repeat 3x) A (mute) While this song was originally performed by Joe Walsh, on his You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind album, this version appeared on their Farewell Tour I CD. This is my interpretation of the song and is what I hear. Since U-G doesn't always include the correct chord voicings, I have included all of them in this transcription. Please feel free to experiment with your own chord voicings. The E in the chorus may be skipped if necessary. For the most part, it is a passing chord and happens so fast, less experienced players may find it difficult to play it and keep up. If you find this is the case, simply skip the Es in the chorus and play the other chords. The song will still sound good.