No Matter What

Words & Music:

Pete Ham


This is transcribed in the May/June 2009 issue of Guitar Edge.


[n.c.]             A                          Bm

No matter what you are, I will always be with you.

                        D   E     D   E          A     E [stop chord]

Doesn't matter what you do, girl, oh, girl, with you.

[n.c.]             A                    Bm

No matter what you do, I will always be around.

Bm                         D      E     D   E           A

Won't you tell me what you found, girl, oh, girl, won't you?



F#m7                    B7        E7              A7

Knock down the old gray wall, and be a part of it all.

A7         D7              Bm              A

Nothing to say, nothing to see, nothing to do.

F#m7                 B7      E7                 A7

If you would give me all, as I would give it to you

A7            D7                Bm                G

Nothing would be, nothing would be, nothing would be.


No matter where you go, there will always be a place.

Can't you see in my face, girl, oh, girl, don't you?




No matter what you are, I will always be with you.

Doesn't matter what you do, girl, oh, girl, want you.


D   E     D    E          A

Oh, girl, you, girl, want you.

Oh, girl, you, girl, want you.


Back to the Songbook Index.

This page's content is copyrighted ©1977-2009 by Kristin C. Hall. Please drop me a line (via "dink (at) media (dot) mit (dot) edu") if you wish to use it or link to it or correct it! Please send comments, suggestions, fixes and general mischievious mayhem to the web diva via the above email address. (sorry, spambots have forced me to remove my automatic mail link.) Many thanks...and enjoy! tr

Note to lawyers and any other litigious-minded folk:
I am not trying to screw anyone out of royalties, etc. I have posted these only as a helpful resources for teachers, camp counselors and people who like to "sing along with Mitch", if you will. If you do not want your work posted to these pages, please just email me (via "dink (at) media (dot) mit (dot) edu") and I shall remove it.