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The Warmest Winter lyrics and chords

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The Warmest Winter lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country Christmas song recorded by Doug Stone.


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The Warmest Winter
Recorded by Doug Stone
Written by Bruce Burch and Will Robinson

G D7
See the morning frost on the window pain
It looks like Old Man Winter's back again
This year there's a reason I don't feel cold as much
Am D7 G C G
I found an extra blanket you made in your love

C G Am G
It's the warmest winter that I have ever known
C G D7
We build a tender fire you're lying in my arms
G C Bm Em
So let the north winds blow let it drop to ten below
C Bm Em G C
It's the warmest winter that I have ever known

G D7
Countin' days till Christmas just like two kids
I can't remember the last time that I felt like this

Though the skies have gotten grayer
And the trees have all turned bare
Am D7 C G
My world is filled with color with you there

repeat #2

F C Em
I used to hate the winters couldn't wait till the spring
G D7 Em C
But with just one touch you made the season change

Repeat #2

Bm Em G C
Oh it's the warmest winter that I have ever known


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