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Some Days Are Diamonds Chords
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Date: Thu, 4 Jan 1996 13:21:48 -0800 (PST)
From: "M. Schweisthal" 
Subject: Chords/Lyrics to "Some Days Are Diamonds" by John Denver

"Some Days Are Diamonds" as performed by John Denver
Brought to you by Mike Schweisthal [mschweis@u.washington.edu]

Chords used: G:320003 Gsus4:320013 D:XX0232 Em: 022000 C:X32010 Bm: X24432
	     A:X02220 Asus4:X02230 E:022100 F#m:244222          C#m:X46654

Notes:  This song sounds best on a twelve string...the key change (from G
to A) near the end isn't necessary if you don't feel like playing it that
way...also, this isn't exactly how John Denver does it...I cut out a few
chords at the end of the chorus...a '|' mark indicates a measure
break...enjoy this great song!--Mike

INTRO:  | G | Gsus4 | G | Gsus4 |

B                      F#            G#m
When you ask how I've been here without you
           E                            B
I like to say, "I've been fine," and I do
        E                              B
But we both know the truth is hard to come by
      G#m            E                       F#
And if I told the truth, that's not quite true
                             B       E                 B
     CHORUS:  Some days are diamonds, some days are stones
                   D#m                          E    F#
     Sometimes the hard times won't leave me alone
                    B       E                     B    G#m
     Sometimes the cold wind blows a chill in my bones
                    B      D(tacet)              B | Bsus4 |
     Some days are diamonds, some days are stones
B                    F#            G#m
Now the face that I see in the mirror
          E                     B
More and more is a stranger to me
          E                        B
More and more I can see there's a danger
      G#m            E                F#
In becoming what I never thought I'd be

     CHORUS (then play an 'E' chord after end of chorus and change keys
            to 'A':)
                                 C#       F#                C#
     3RD CHORUS:  Some days are diamonds, some days are stones
                   Fm                         F#    G#
     Sometimes the hard times won't leave me alone
                    C#       F#                      C#    Bbm
     Sometimes the cold wind blows a chill in my bones
                    C#      E(tacet)             C# | C#sus4 | C# |
     Some days are diamonds, some days are stones


{There you have it--Any questions, comments, etc., feel free to email me
at mschweis@u.washington.edu}

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About the artist behind Some Days Are Diamonds Chords:

John Denver (December 31, 1943 – October 12, 1997), born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr., was an American Country Music/folk singer-songwriter and folk rock musician who was one of the most popular artists of the 1970s. He recorded and released some 300 songs, about half of which he had composed, and was named Poet Laureate of Colorado in 1977.

Denver's songs were suffused with a deep and abiding love of the natural world. Songs such as "Take Me Home, Country Roads" (1971), "Leaving on a Jet Plane", "Calypso" (1975), "Thank God I'm a Country Boy", and "Rocky Mountain High" (1973) are popular worldwide. Denver has been referred to as "The Poet For the Planet", "Mother Nature's Son" (based on The Beatles song he covered) and "A Song's Best Friend".

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