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Someday lyrics and chords

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Recorded by Alan Jackson
Written by Jim McBride and Alan Jackson

C G7 F
She looked me in the eye and said it's over
G7 C G7
I can't take this heartache anymore
C G7 F
She said don't tell me lies and try to please me
I've heard it all so many times before

C G7 F
I took her by the arms and said don't leave me
G7 C
There's nothing in this world I wouldn't do
G7 F
Just give me time I'll be the man you've needed
G7 C
She said I wish that I could take that for the truth

And I said someday I'll get my life straight
G7 C
And she said it's too late what's done is done
F C Am
And I told her someday she said I can't wait
C G7 F G7 C
Cause sometimes someday just never comes

Em F
She said all I've ever wanted was to love you
G7 C
And somewhere deep inside me I still do
Em F
Now I think it's time I stopped believing
Cause I'm never gonna see a change in you

Repeat #3

G7 F G7 C
Oh sometimes someday just never comes


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