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 A What's the temperature darling,  D  100 and more ?
The  A horses pawing out the dust, but it's  E  Wilton by the door
But you  A pour your strongest coffee and I'll  D  take back of the wheel
We'll  A drive straight down the river road, spread a  E  blanket on the hill
 
 
 A What's the temperature, darling, I don't  D  stare into the past ?
There was  A nothing that we could change or fix, it was  E  never gonna last
Now don't  A stare into those photos, don't  D  memorize my eyes
We're just a  A mile or two from Memphis in the  E  rhythm of our minds
 
 
 D A mi E le o D r two from Memphis and I must g E  o away
I  A tore up all the highways, now there's  D  nothing left to say
A  A mile or two from Memphis  E and I finally made it  A  home
 
 
 A   D   D   A   A   E   E 
 
 
There were  A days you paced the kitchen, there were  D  nights that felt like jail
When the  A phone rang in the dead of night you'd  E  always throw my veil
No, you  A never touched the whiskey and you  D  never took the pills
I  A travelled for a million miles while  E  you were standing still
 
 
 A What's the temperature, darling, as the  D  daylight fades way ?
I'll  A make one last rehearsal with  E  one foot in the grave
We kept the  A house on all the corners, we kept the  D  polished bass guitar
We kept the  A tickets and the wheels of tape to re E  member who we are
 
 
A  D mile or two from Memphis and  E  I must go away
I  A tore up all the highways, now there's  D  nothing left to say
A  A mile or two from Memphis  E and I finally made it  A  home
 
 
 A   D   D   A   A   E   E 
 
 
 A  What's the temperature, darling ?
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