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Colder Than You  Waltons

(The song is played with a capo on 1.)
INTRO G, C x8
        Ye[G]ah, ye[C]ah, I l[G]ike it a l[C]ot when you t[G]reat me like d[C]irt laying u[G]nder
your fe[C]et.  Ye[G]ah, ye[C]ah, the fe[G]eling is h[C]ot when you're cal[G]ling me na[C]mes
around the p[G]eople we m[C]eet.
CHORUS
       [Am] Yea[C]h, when w[Am]e met I was[C] sold.[Am]  Ye[C]ah, but [Am]nothing is[C] colder tha[G]n y[C]ou.
[G]   Cold[C]er than y[G]ou.[C] [G] [C]
        [G]Yeah, [C]yeah, I'm o[G]n top of the[C] world when you[G] lie and you[C] cheat about
[G]oh, ever[C]ything.  Y[G]eah, ye[C]ah, my hea[G]rt's all in swi[C]rls, when the cur[G]tain is
cl[C]osed and you s[G]till pull my st[C]rings.
       [Am] Yea[C]h, we'll gro[Am]w up when we're[C] old.[Am]  Ye[C]ah, but[Am] nothing is[C] colder than
[G]you.[C]   [G]    Cold[C]er than y[G]ou.[C] [G] [C]
BRIDGE
   [D]     Pull my[C] heart ou[D]t, I love to[C] blee[D]d.  Pull it [C]right out, it's just that
your plea[Am]sing me is just teasi[C]ng me.   [G]   [C]   [G] Teasing[C] me.
       [G] Yeah, [C]yeah, it [G]hurts to be[C] with you.  I[G] thought that wi[C]thout you, I'd
[G]be incompl[C]ete.  Y[G]eah, ye[C]ah, but tan[G]going ta[C]kes two, my le[G]ash wouldn't fit
[C]you, but[G] yours would f[C]it me.
       [Am] Yea[C]h, we'll gro[Am]w up when we're[C] old.[Am]  Ye[C]ah, I [Am]thought it was [C]cold.
[Am]Yeah[C], when we [Am]met I was so[C]ld.[Am]  But t[C]hen, n[Am]othing is c[C]older than y[G]ou.[C]
(Then, it's just G, C until the end of the song.)

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