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Someday Chords
SOMEDAY by Nina
(I used a piano to get these chords, I think it will just be the same with the  guitar. Have fun!)


Verse 1:
 Bmaj7                   F#
   Someday you'll gonna realize
 Bmaj7                      C#/D#    D#m
   One day you'll see this through my eyes
 Bmaj7                G#sus4  G#
   By then I won't even be there
          C#sus4   (Maj7)
   I'll be happy somewhere
                F# B/F# F#
   Even if I can't

Verse 2:
 Bmaj7
   I know
                    F# F#sus4 F#
   You don't really see my worth
 Bmaj7                      F#/A#       D#m  F#7/E
   You think you're the last guy on earth
                  Bmaj7
   Well I've got news for you
              G#sus4     G#
   I know I'm not that strong
          C#sus4   (Maj7)
   But it won't take long
                  F# B/F# F#
   Won't take long


Chorus 1:
    F#/A#  Bmaj7
   'Cause    someday, someone's gonna love me
 F#/A#
   The way, I wanted you to need me
 G#m7     B/C#                         F# B/F# F#  F#/A#
   Someday,  someone's gonna take your place
 Bmaj7
   One day I'll forget about you
 F#/A#       D#sus4           G#7/C
   You'll see,   I won't even miss you
 Bmaj7   B/C#     F# B/F# F#
   Someday, someday


Verse 3:
 Bmaj7
   But now
          F#  B/F#   F#
   I know you can't tell
 Bmaj7                   F#/A#    E/F#  F#/E
   I'm down, and I'm not doin' well
      Bmaj7
   But one day these tears
            G#sus4   G#
   They will all run dry
           C#sus4
   I won't have to cry
       F# B/F# F#
   Sweet goodbye

Chorus 2:
    F#/A#  Bmaj7
   'Cause    someday, someone's gonna love me
 F#/A#
   The way, I wanted you to need me
 G#m7     B/C#                           F#  E/F# F#/A#
   Someday,  someone's gonna take your place
 Bmaj7
   One day I'll forget about you
 F#/A#       D#sus4           G#7/C
   You'll see,   I won't even miss you
 Bmaj7   B/C#     F#  E/F#  F#7
   Someday, I know someone's gonna be there

 Bmaj7
   Someday, someone's gonna love me
 F#/A#
   The way, I wanted you to need me
 G#m7     B/C#                           F#  E/F# F#7
   Someday,  someone's gonna take your place
 Bmaj7
   One day I'll forget about you
 F#/A#       D#sus4           G#7/C
   You'll see,   I won't even miss you
 Bmaj7   B/C#     F# B/F# F#
   Someday, someday

Ending: B - F# - D#m - Bmaj7 - F#/A# - G#m7 - B/C# - F#



Arranged by: JB
For comments and/or corrections: gray.and.orange@gmail.com

Tablature player for this song:
 
 
Nina - Someday Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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About the artist behind Someday Chords:

Although she disliked being categorized, Simone is generally classified as a jazz musician. Simone originally aspired to become a classical pianist, but her work covers an eclectic variety of musical styles besides her classical basis, such as jazz, soul, folk, R&B, gospel, and pop music. Her vocal style is characterized by intense passion, a loose vibrato, and a slightly androgynous timbre, in part due to her unusually low vocal range which veered between the alto and tenor ranges (occasionally even reaching baritone lows). Sometimes known as the High Priestess of Soul, she paid great attention to the musical expression of emotions. Within one album or concert she could fluctuate between exuberant happiness or tragic melancholy. These fluctuations also characterized her own personality and personal life, worsened by a bipolar disorder with which she was diagnosed in the mid-1960s, but was kept secret until 2004.[1]

Simone recorded over 40 live and studio albums, the biggest body of her work being released between 1958 (when she made her debut with Little Girl Blue) and 1974. Songs she is best known for include "My Baby Just Cares for Me", "I Put a Spell on You", "I Loves You Porgy", "Feeling Good", "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood", "Sinnerman", "To Be Young, Gifted and Black", "Strange Fruit", "Ain't Got No/I Got Life" and "I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl". Her music and message made a strong and lasting impact on African-American culture[2], illustrated by the numerous contemporary artists who cite her as an important influence (among them Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys, Jeff Buckley, and Lauryn Hill), as well as the extensive use of her music on soundtracks and in remixes.

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