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Colorado Christmas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, this is a very pretty country Christmas song recorded by the
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
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Colorado Christmas Recorded by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Written by Steve Goodman
C Dm Lookin' out the window of this Hollywood hotel G7 C You'd never know that it was Christmas Eve Dm The billboards and the neon took the place of silver bells G7 C And the temperature is 84 degrees
Dm G7 I can hear the traffic on the crowded strip below Dm G7 As the palm trees poke their heads above the scene C Dm But there's not a single reindeer and it hardly ever snows G7 C And Santa drives a Rolls Royce limousine
A#7 F C But all along the Rockies you can feel it in the air A#7 F G7 From Telluride to Boulder down below C Dm The closest thing to heaven on this planet anywhere G7 C It's a quiet Christmas mornin' in the Colorado snow
Dm I remember Christmases when I was just a boy G7 C In the mornin' I would run to see the tree Dm And the carolers on the hillside sang their songs
Of Christmas joy G7 C Well I always thought they sang them just for me
Dm G7 Now the sun is setting in the California sky Dm G7 And I can't find the spirit anywhere C Dm So I think it's time for me to tell Los Angeles goodbye G7 C I'm goin' back home to look for Christmas there
A#7 F C All along the Rockies you can feel it in the air A#7 F G7 From Telluride to Boulder down below C Dm The closest thing to heaven on this planet anywhere G7 C Dm It's a quiet Christmas mornin' in the Colorado snow
G7 C It's a quiet Christmas mornin' in the Colorado snow
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