"Cold" as written by David Tolliver, Chadwick Lewis Warrix and Kris Bergsnes....
Halfway To Hazard with the rain comin' down
I wish I could go home but it's just an old empty house
So I find me a cheap motel room and a bottle of Black Label Jack
They might find me dead by the mornin' but they won't find me lookin' back

Cause there ain't nothin' like whiskey when time's movin' slow
It drowns out the misery, helps me let go
When the truth really hits me, she don't miss me, no
There ain't nothin' like whiskey when a women turns cold

She used to wanna hold me and our fire burned so bright
But it's funny how forever can get up and say goodbye
But I've got the answer to my pain a way to face the truth
Well, I can drown out this heartache, but it's gonna take a hundred proof

Cause there ain't nothin' like whiskey when time's movin' slow
It drowns out the misery, helps me let go
When the truth really hits me, she don't miss me, no
There ain't nothin' like whiskey when a women turns cold

Tomorrow I don't know where I'm gonna be
But tonight at least I'll be free from her memory, yeah

Cause there ain't nothin' like whiskey when time's movin' slow
It drowns out the misery and helps me let go
When the truth really hits me, she don't miss me, no, whoa, no, no
There ain't nothin' like whiskey when a women turns cold
There ain't nothin' like whiskey when a women turns cold, yeah, turns cold


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"Cold" as written by David Tolliver Chadwick Warrix

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