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Worship/Christian Songs - I Can't Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand) (Chord)
Submitter: WildCard76 (186) on 11/18/02 2 comments
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I (G) thought the number-1 would surely be me (G/A) (G/B)      (bass run)
I (C) thought I could be, what I wanted to (G) be
I thought of myself as a mighty (G/F#) strong (Em) man
But, I (G) can't even walk without you (D) holding (C) my (G) hand

I (C) can't even walk without you (G) holding my hand
The (A7) mountains are too high
The (D7) valley's are too wide (G/A) (G/B)      (bass run)
(C) Down on these knees, is where (G) I learn to stand
Lord, I can't even walk without you (D) holding my (G) hand

I (G) dreamed that I made Jesus my home (G/A) (G/B)        (bass run)
And on (C) those golden pastures I would (G) roam
If I don't trust him, I'll be less (G/F#) than a (Em) man
Cause I can't even walk without Him (D) holding my (G) hand

I (C) can't even walk without you (G) holding my hand
The (A7) mountains are too high
The (D7) valley's are too wide (G/A) (G/B)                 (bass run)
(C) Down on these knees, is where (G) I learn to stand
Lord, I (G) can't even walk without you (D) holding my (G) hand


I (C) can't even walk without you (G) holding my hand
The (A7) mountains are too high
The (D7) valley's are too wide (G/A) (G/B)                (bass run)
(C) Down on these knees, is where (G) I learn to stand
Lord, I (G) can't even walk without you (D) holding my (G) hand 
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very beautiful. i have so enjoyed

-dewilliams | 12/7/2003
Great tab. Is there any chance of tabbing the lead intro?? My heart leaps every time I hear those opening notes.
-purdude36 | 7/22/2005
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