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Daryle Singletary – There's A Cold Spell Movin' In lyrics

I just heard the forecast this morning
The weather man says things look warm and clear
But he don't see the chill that I feel coming
Cause he don't know how cold it gets in here

There's a cold spell movin' in baby's movin' out again
Taken those two arms that warmed me every time I needed them
And Lord the slamming of the door cuts just like a cold north wind
And I can feel a cold spell movin' in
[ fiddle ]
July in here is feeling like December
I can see those gray clouds rollin' in
This ain't the first time or the worst time I remember
Lord I don't think I can weather this again

There's a cold spell movin' in...
Yes I can feel a cold spell movin' in



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