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Cold Cheater’s Heart lyrics and chords are here for your personal use
only, this is a very pretty bluegrass song recorded by Del McCoury.
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Cold Cheater’s Heart Recorded by Del McCoury Written by Mike Reilly
C E7 F C It’s an old familiar story of a boy and a girl D7 G7 And a love that went wrong from the start C E7 F C How Bobby he loved Mary and she thought she loved him G7 C But she found she had a cold cheater’s heart
G7 C And that life out on the farm ain’t what she had in mind F D7 G7 When she promised to honor and obey C E7 F C So she took to runnin’ ’round all over town G7 C Ain’t it funny how life turns out that way
E7 F C The years have tumbled by Bobby turned an ol’ blind eye D7 G7 To the things he hoped just weren’t true C E7 F C And then came that fateful day when he had been away G7 C Oh they say he came home just too soon
G7 C He found them lying there oh it was more than he could bear F D7 G7 He found a gun she cried don’t be rash C E7 F C But two shots filled the air he stood right there and stared G7 C The deed was done it was over in a flash
E7 F C That old judge looked down and sighed he said Bobby you’ll have to die D7 G7 The law is clear and it must take its toll C E7 F C Think on the deed you’ve done your race on earth is run G7 C And may God have mercy on your soul
G7 C On a cold November morn in a prison so forlorn F D7 G7 The warden prayed as did the parson too C E7 F C And the crowd gathered there they heard him loud and clear G7 C His final words were Mary I love you
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