Luke Combs – Refrigerator Door Chords

Capo 5th Fret

Cadd9   x32033
G       320033
Em7     022033
D/F#    2x0233
[Intro] Cadd9 - G - Em7 - D/F# Cadd9 - G - Em7 - D/F# [Verse 1] Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# There's daddy on his John Deere, brand new in '96 Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Beside me and Bandit playing fetch when I was a kid Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# It might be easy to walk on by Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# And open the door and never blink an eye
[Chorus] Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Cause they're just pictures hanging side by side Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Forgotten memories from another time Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Just the places that I've been before Cadd9 G D D/F# Couple magnets, recipes and polaroids Cadd9 D G That's my life on the 'frigerator door [Verse 2] Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# My first day in kindergarten when I was 5 years old Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# A postcard that my brother sent from Cancun, Mexico Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# There's a list you'll need to make mama's apple pie Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# My favorite things have never been on the inside [Chorus] Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Cause they're just pictures hanging side by side Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Forgotten memories from another time Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Just the places that I've been before Cadd9 G D D/F# Couple magnets, recipes and polaroids Cadd9 D G That's my life on the 'frigerator door Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# They ain't just pictures hanging side by side Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# They're more than a memory from another time Cadd9 G Em7 D/F# Ain't just the places that I've been before Cadd9 G D D/F# Couple magnets, recipes and polaroids Cadd9 D G yeah That's my life on the 'frigerator door Cadd9 D G That's my life on the 'frigerator door

Song Review

It’s officially confirmed, every song where Luke Combs uses Cadd9 chord is gonna be a sure hit! Does anyone feel like Luke Combs really shines when he is singing mellow songs? Just me? Ok. Well, I’m not saying that he is not good with raw country barn dancing songs, but it’s like the sheer power of his voice really manifests when it’s just him and his acoustic guitar. Less is more so they say. This is a touching song and goes to show that country music will never run out of things to sing about! 🙂