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Christmas Eve Can Kill You Recorded by The Everly Brothers Written by Dennis Linde
C F G7 C The winter's flaking snow is brushin' through the wiry trees F C G7 I stuff my hands down deep inside my coat F G7 C F I think of years ago and half remembered Christmas trees C F G7 And faces that still warm me with their glow
C F G7 C The cold and empty evening hangs around me like a ghost F C G7 I listen to my footsteps in the snow F G7 C F The sound of one man walking through the snow can break your heart C F G7 But stopping doesn't help so on I'll go
F Em And Christmas Eve can kill ya F G7 C When you're trying to hitch a ride to anywhere
F G7 C The icy air I'm breathin's all that keeps me on my feet F C G7 I feel like I've been walking all my life F G7 C F A car goes runnin' by the man don't even turn his head C F G7 Guess he's busy bein' Santa Claus tonight
C F G7 C The saddest part of all is knowin' if I switched with him F C G7 I'd leave him stumbling ragged by the road F G7 C F I'd ride that highway to the arms of my sweet family C F G7 And forget about the stranger in the cold
F Em And Christmas Eve can kill ya F G7 C When you're tryin' to hitch a ride to anywhere
F G7 C And as I walk I'm singing to myself oh Silent Night F C G7 Hoping I can save those other souls F G7 C F Oh God forgive the man that drives right by the other man C F G7 Take pity on the stranger in the cold
F Em Cause Christmas Eve can kill ya F G7 C When you're tryin' to hitch a ride to anywhere
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