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Cold At Home lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's
good George Jones' song we all can learn to play. It has simple chords
with great country lyrics, it's easy to do.
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Too Cold At Home recorded by George Jones Written by Bobby Lamoyne Harden C Well it sure feels good to come in here F And just pull up a seat C A frosty mug of a cool one G7 Helps to beat the heat C These old dog days of summer F Lord I'll be glad when they're gone C It's too hot to fish too hot for golf G7 C And too cold at home Well that baseball game on TV F Takes me back to when I was a kid C We proudly wore those uniforms G7 Just like the Dodgers did C Yeah we won a few and we lost a few F And for me it still goes on C Too hot to fish and too hot for golf G7 C And too cold at home F Well I only planned on one or two C I might stay for three F If that good looking thing in the corner G7 Keeps smiling back at me C It's so easy not to care F Bout what's right or what's wrong C It's too hot to fish too hot for golf G7 C And too cold at home
Repeat #3 Tag: F C It's too hot to fish too hot for golf G7 C And too cold at home
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have a good time playing and singing this great country classic, it has
all the qualities of being pure country. Use these Too Cold At Home lyrics and chords to help you learn it, you'll be well rewarded for practicing a bit.