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Acorde de The Blizzard - Judy Collins

Letra de The Blizzard



Capo I



C G F C

Colorado, Colorado



C F C F

When the world leaves you shivering



F G

And the blizzard blows



C G F C

When the snow flies and the night falls



Am

There's a light in the window



F G

And a place called home



F Am

At the end of the storm



Am

One night on the mountain I was headed for Estes



F G

When the roads turned to ice and it started to snow



Am

Put on the chains in a whirl of white powder



F G

Halfway up to Berthoud near a diner I know



C

And the light burned inside, shining down through the snowfall



G F G

God, it was cold, and the temperature droppin'



C

Went in for coffee and I shivered as I drank it



G F

Warming my hands in the steam as it rose



Am

Sitting there at the counter was a dark-headed stranger



Am F G

Me and the owner and him keeping warm



Am

Nodded hello and I said, "It's a cold one.



Am F G

Looks like there might be a blizzard tonight,"



C

And "Yes," said the owner, "There's a big storm on the mountain.



G F G

Good thing we're open; we could be here for hours.



C

There's nothing for miles, and it's too late to get to Denver.



G F G

Better not try for the summit tonight."



C G

And the snow fell



F C

And the night passed



C F Am

And I talked to the strangers



Am F G Am

As the blizzard blew



Am

Me and the stranger, you know I don't talk to strangers



F G

I'm a private sort of person, but a blizzard is a blizzard



Am

And somehow I found myself saying you'd left me



F G

Telling him everything I wanted to say to you.



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C

You know how it is when you can talk to a stranger



G F G

Someone you're quite sure you'll never see again



C

Soon we were talkin' and laughin' and drinkin'.



G F G

He said, "You must know you're too good for him."



C G

And the snow fell



F C

And the night passed



C F Am

And I talked to the strangers



Am F G Am

And the blizzard blew



Am

The stranger said, "Love, it can cry you a river.



Am F G

Me, I'm a loner, 'cause I can't take the heartache.



Am

Sometimes I'm a fighter when I get too much whiskey.



Am F G

Here, have a little whiskey; pretend you don't give a damn.



C

My cabin's up here on the side of the mountain.



G F G

You can go up there and sleep through the blizzard."



C

I put on my parka, said goodbye to the owner,



G F C

Followed the stranger through the snow up the mountainside.



Am

Woke in the morning to the sun on the snow



Am F G

My car was buried in six feet of snowdrift



Am

They dug me out, just the owner and the stranger



Am F G

Sent me on my way when the snowplow had been by



C

And the roads were all clear, and the sun on the mountains



G F G

Sparkled like diamonds on the Peak-to-Peak Highway



C

Then I knew that I would get over you



Dm G C

Knew you could leave me, but you'd never break me



C G F C

Colorado, Colorado



C F C F

When the world leaves you shivering



G

And the blizzard blows



C G F C

When the snow flies and the night falls



F

There's a light in the window



Dm G

And a place called home



F C

At the end of the storm







Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Fires Of Eden , Voices , All On A Wintry Night

El acorde de The Blizzard de Judy Collins es una versión de la canción original realizada por colaboradores/usuarios de Coveralia.

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