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Cold Icey Fingers Recorded by Boxcar Willie
G Bill Johnson was a feller C G What believed in beasts and ghosts
And he would dream about 'em A7 D7 When he'd go to bed at night
And when he'd dream about 'em G You could nearly always tell A7 He'd throw back the covers D7 He'd jump right up and yell
G Keep them cold icy fingers off of me D7 Keep them cold icy fingers off of me G I don't mind them aching bones C If I could stand them holler groans G D7 G Keep the cold icy fingers off of me
Bill went to see the doctor C G Had a misery in his chest
The doctor looked at Bill A7 D7 Said take off your coat and vest
He started tapping his ribs G If you feel such a shock A7 He jumped and grabbed the doctor’s hand D7 He said now look out doc
G Keep them cold icy fingers off of me D7 Keep them cold icy fingers off of me G You can cure my aches and miseries C With your powders and your pills G D7 G But keep them cold icy fingers off of me
One night Bill passed a graveyard C G Which was up on a hill
When something dressed in white A7 D7 Jumped out and made a grab at Bill
Bill said if you can catch me G I'll make you do your best A7 Before we start to travel D7 I'll make one last request
G Keep them cold fingers off of me D7 Keep the cold icy fingers off of me G You may end me out of breath C You may scare my half to death G D7 G But keep them cold icy fingers off of me
C G D7 G Keep them cold icy fingers off of me
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