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Someday At Christmas Chords

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Hey all, this is my first tab and im pretty sure its all 100%. lemme know what ya think.


C - x32010
Cmaj9 - x20010
Am - x02210
F - 133211
Em - 022000
Dm - xx0231
G - 320003

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(Intro - C, Cmaj9, Am, F)


  C                  Cmaj9
Someday at Christmas, men wont be boys

  Am                     F
Playing with bombs like boys play with toys

 F                      Em
One warm December, our hearts will see

   Dm                  G
A world where men are free




And some day at christmas, there'll be no wars
When we have learned what christmas is for
When we have found out what life is really worth
Then there will be peace on Earth

Someday all of our dreams will come to be
Someday in a world where men are free
Maybe not in time for you or for me
But someday at Christmas time

And someday at christmas, there'll be no tears
All men are equal and no men have fears
One shining moment my heart ran away
From the world that we live in today

And someday at Christmas, men will not fail
Take all because your love will prevail
Someday in a new world that we can only start
With hope in every heart

And someday all of our dreams will come to be
Someday in a world where men are free
Maybe not in time for you or for me
But someday at Christmas time

There will be peace on Earth,
I said there will be peace on Earth 
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RejectWoW 148 Nov 29, 2009 08:49 AM

Just perfect. Thanks for this one. :)

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DemetryM 10 Dec 04, 2014 07:54 PM, edited at 07:56 pm

I would argue that the Cmaj9 is actually a Cmaj7/B but could possibly be a Cmaj9/B (which is what you tabbed as the chord but forgot to put the slash in). Also to obtain a closer sound to Jack Johnson's version you need to play it in bar chords it just changes the timbre of the chords but it works perfectly with open chords as tabbed. :)

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