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Crossfire lyrics and chords

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Crossfire lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by The Bellamy Brothers.


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Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers
Written by Richard Holler and Jerry Careaga

C G7
Sleep some nights it just don't show
When you've pushed and life won't go
F Em G7
Your dreams get lost and your sorrows grow
C G7
You read and try to watch TV
Take a drive out to the sea
F Em G7
You might break down but you can't break free

C Am
Standin' in a crossfire hangin' from a live wire
F C G7
Reachin' for a lost smile and hidin' in the wind
C Am
Standin' in a crossfire stranded on a high wire
F G7 C
Runnin' from a reason and lookin' for a friend

Dreams your eyes are almost blind
They photograph your mind
F Em G7
And leave a trace of her love in time
C G7
Nights you live the smoky past
Try to break the spell she cast
F Em G7
You start out first but you end up last

Repeat #2 x2

Am C Am C
Crossfire live wire


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