Luke Combs – Cold As You (Official Video)

Listen to “Cold As You” from Luke Combs’ deluxe album, ‘What You See Ain’t Always What You Get’:

They got “Whiskey River” on the jukebox
A honky tonk saw dust dance floor
A neon 5 o’clock broke clock
And plenty damn many when you want one more
And this broke heart fool on an old barstool
Drinking beer almost as cold as you

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