Parisienne Walkways chords

You can learn how to play Parisienne Walkways by Gary Moore!

Parisienne Walkways was originally an instrumental piece. It wasn’t until Gary Moore played it to Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy) one night and he started writing lyrics for it that the song fell into place.

The huge note Moore holds at the end is easiest achieved by turning up the amp, preferably to 10.

Notice the similarities between the chord progression of Parisienne Walkways and Gary Moore’s other smash hit, Still Got The Blues.

If you want to learn more about songwriting, look for how both melodies follow the chords.

Parisienne Walkways – Lyrics

I remember Paris in ’49
The Champs-Élysées, Saint Michelle and old Beaujolais wine
And I recall that you were mine
In those Parisienne days

Go to Parisienne Walkways lyrics.

Gary Moore – Biography

One of the greatest, and definitely the loudest British blues guitar players of all time we find in Gary Moore.

Having appeared on more than 40 records, Gary Moore has recorded with Phil Lynott, Albert King, George Harrison, and Albert Collins.

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