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Days Are Diamonds lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a beautiful song by John Denver. It takes a little practice
for most of us, but this great classic is doable.
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Some Days Are Diamonds By John Denver written by Dick Feller G
Em When you ask how I’ve been here without you
G I like to say I’ve been fine and I do
G But we both know the truth is hard to come by Em
D7 And if I told the truth that’s not quite true G
G Some days are diamonds some days are stone
D7 Some time the hard times won’t leave me alone
G Some times the cold winds blow a chill in my bones Em
D7 G Some days are diamonds some days are stone
D7 Em Now the face that I see in my mirror
G More and more is a stranger to me
G More and more I can see there’s a danger
D7 In becoming what I never thought I’d be repeat #2
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Denver recorded a lot a very pretty songs and this one is a favorite of
mine. I'm obsessed classic country, but that doesn't mean I don't enjoy
pretty music regardless of the genre. John wasn't particular country,
but many of his songs are great, copy Some Days Are Diamonds lyrics and chords to help you learn to play it.