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Dierks Bentley - Come A Little Closer (live Cma's) Chords

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Come A Little Closer (live Cma's) Chords

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                Come A Little Closer
Dierks Bentley
Live from the CMA's

Im pretty sure this is how he played it live at the CMA's.  For the verses strum down 4 times on each chord.
~This is in a different key than the CD version!!~

(Verse 1)
G                       Cadd9
Come a little closer, baby
                    G        Cadd9
I feel like layin' you down
     G              Cadd9
On a bed sweet surrender
             G               Cadd9
Where we can work it all out
Em                         Cadd9
There ain't nothin' that love can't fix
Em                           Cadd9
Girl, it's right here at our fingertips
G                         Cadd9
So come a little closer baby,
                      G       Cadd9
I feel like layin' you down


(Verse 2)  	  
Come a little closer, baby
I feel like lettin' go
Of everything that stands between us
And the love we used to know
I wanna touch you like a cleansing rain
Let it wash all the hurt away
So come a little closer baby
I feel like lettin' go



Csus2
If there's still a chance

Then take my hand
         G
And we'll sail away
      Cadd9
Off into the night

'till we make things right
Am                       D
The suns gonna rise on a better day


(Verse 3)
Come a little closer baby
I feel like strippin' it down
Back to the basics of you and me
What makes the world go round
Every inch of you against my skin
I wanna be stronger than we've ever been
So come a little closer baby
I feel like strippin' it down


G                          Cadd9
Just a little bit closer baby
Just a little bit closer baby
Come a little bit closer baby
G                          
I feel like layin' you down

G, Cadd9
 
            
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