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"Somedays by Tess Parks from the album "Blood Hot"

Capo on 1st fret

Chords used:
F: 133211
D#: xx1343
Bb: 113331


[Intro] 
| F D# | Bb | x4

[Verse]
F             D#       Bb  
I don't like anything
       F       D#        Bb 
But I love everyone somedays
         F         D#          Bb
Sometimes when the goin' gets rough
                  F  D#  Bb
I cry somedays
       F        D#        Bb 
And on Sunday I pray to a god
           F           D#        Bb   
Don't know whom, but he gives me love

[Chorus]
        F D# Bb
Somedays 
        F D# Bb
Somedays 

[Verse]
       F                D#         Bb     F      D#   Bb    
I feel grateful for this day and every day after
        F         D#     Bb   
I can't get out of bed
      F                 D#     Bb 
Won't acknowledge what's in my head
         F D# Bb
Somedays 
          F D# Bb
Somedays 
    F        D#        Bb 
And when the sun is out
    F      D#     Bb
And good people about
    F       D#   Bb 
It restores my faith

[Chorus]
        F D# Bb
Somedays 
        F D# Bb
Somedays 

            
            
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jam_holla 10 Nov 14, 2015 11:15 AM

If you use the capo on 1st the chord progression is just E, D, A. Tess uses an embellishment on the D chord too.

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