"Walk with You" is a song by Ringo Starr, released as a single from his 2010 studio album Y Not. It features fellow former Beatle Paul McCartney on backing vocals. The track wasn't originally conceived as a collaboration with McCartney, who originally only planned to play bass on "Peace Dream." It was the first song written by Starr to feature McCartney as a backing vocalist since the duo were with The Beatles.
In a promotional video, Starr said that "Walk With You" was originally intended to be a "gospelly" song. Starr called Van Dyke Parks and asked him to collaborate on writing a "God song," but Parks said he didn't write about God. They reworked the melody and completed the track as a song about the power of friendship. During the recording of "Peace Dream," Starr played Paul McCartney several tracks he had completed for Y Not. McCartney developed the "trailing" duet in the melody of "Walk With You."