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Sometimes Chords
Sometimes
Carpenters

There is an instrumental preamble to this song
These are the chords for the lyric part



Fmaj7           Gm7/F
Sometimes, not often enough
Fmaj9                Gm7/F
We reflect upon the good things
 F           C/E            Dm
And those thoughts always center
   F           Bm7b5
Around those we love

Bbmaj7                  Am7    Dm
And I think about those people
      F           Bb(add2) Am7 Gm9
Who mean so much to me
            Fmaj9            Gm7/F
And for so many years have made me
Fmaj7
So very happy
        Bm7b5                  C/Bb Dm/F Csus2/F  Am7
And I count the times I have forgot   ten to     say
 Dm       Gm9   Gm7/C        C  Fmaj9      Gm9/F  Fmaj9
Thank you, and just how much I love   them
 
 
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About the artist behind Sometimes Chords:

Carpenters is the third studio album by The Carpenters. Released on May 14, 1971, the album was successful, reaching #2 on the Billboard 200 chart and #12 in the United Kingdom. With the hit songs "For All We Know", "Rainy Days and Mondays" and "Superstar", Carpenters solidified Karen Carpenter as one of her generation's most endearing pop vocalists. Amongst many fans, the album has simply been referred to as The Tan Album, because the album itself is like a tan envelope[1][2], and is presumably a play on The Beatles' so-called White Album. In Cash Box's Top 100 Albums of 1971, Carpenters peaked at #8.[3]

This is not the first album featuring tracks with Richard Carpenter singing lead vocal, with Karen in the background, as opposed to the other tracks. "Druscilla Penny" and "Saturday" are both led by Richard Carpenter, though neither were released as singles nor charted as hits.

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