It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines lyrics and chords
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It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall [3/4 time]
C G7 C The Iowa weather was thirteen below F C I had come to Des Moines for a radio show F C Am I awoke in the evening from a traveler's sleep C G7 C With notions of something to eat
F C The old elevator slipped down past the floors F C G7 My head and my eyes said you should have slept more F C Am The man at the desk said the restaurant was closed C G7 C Outside it was fourteen below
G7 C The lounge was still open and so I walked in F C In place of my food I had two double gins F C Am I looked round the room as a tourist would do C G7 C That's when I saw the girl in the booth
F C She sat there and cried in the smoky half dark F C G7 The silent type crying that tears out your heart F C Am Her clothes were not cut in the new modern way C G7 C And her suitcase had seen better days
G7 C Nobody asked her what caused her such pain F C Nobody spoke up yet no one complained F C Am Without even asking I knew why she cried C G7 C Life is just like that sometimes
F C The man at the desk said it's fifteen below F C G7 The bellhop said yeah man that's cold that's cold F C Am I went back to my room and I wrote down this song C G7 C Oh it sure can get cold in Des Moines
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