arr by Lisa



Walk With Me Lord

Key: F (Dm)





Walk with (melody: D F)

D C\D G A [Dm] - me Lord, walk

A \A C# E A, G [A9] - walk with

D \F A C D [Dm7] me

A \G Bb C# E [A7b9] filler

D \A C F [Dm7] filler

Bb \C D F A [Bb6/9] - Walk

A \C E G C [Am7] - with

G \D F A D [G7] - me Lord

E \D F G Bb [Em7(b5) filler then Walk With (melody D C)

A \B C# E A - [A9] - Me

A \Bb C# F, A - While I'm

D \F A D [Dm7] - Oh This

F \Eb G Bb D, C [Ebmaj7\F] - Tedious

Bb \Bb D F A, G, F [journey]

Eb \G Bb D filler

I Want (melody: D F)

D \A D F A, D [Dm7] - Jesus to

A \Bb C# E G, F, D, C - walk with

D \F A C D [Dm7]- me

A7 turnaround

resolve it on the Dm



In this key, your turn around chord will be A7 or A9 or some variation of it that sounds good to you. Usually, we
turn around on the V7 leading to the I and in F,that would by the C7 chord. But, because this is in Dm, A is the
V note away from D. Did that make sense?