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Someday Never Comes

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[A]First thing I r[E]emember, w[F#m]as asking pa[Dm]pa, why;
for [A]there were many t[F]hings I didn't kn[A]ow.  
And daddy always [E]smiled, an[F#m]d took me by th[D]e hand;
saying, [A]someday, [E]you'll und[A]erstand.

Well, I'm [E]here to tell you now, each and[A] every mother's son,
that you [E]better learn it fast, you be[A]tter learn it young;
'Cause [Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes.

Well, time a[A]nd tears went [E]by, and I collec[F#m]ted dust, [Dm]    
for [A]there were many t[F]hings I didn't kn[A]ow.  
When daddy went a[E]way, he said[F#m], try to be a [D]man,
and [A]someday [E]you'll unde[A]rstand.

Well, I'm [E]here to tell you now, each and[A] every mother's son,
that you [E]better learn it fast, you be[A]tter learn it young;
'Cause [Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes.

And [A]then one day in Apr[E]il, I wasn'[F#m]t even there[Dm],   
For [A]there were many t[F]hings I didn't kn[A]ow.  
A son was [E]born to me; Mam[F#m]a held his ha[D]nd,  
saying, [A]someday, [E]you'll und[A]erstand.

Well, I'm [E]here to tell you now, each and[A] every mother's son,
that you [E]better learn it fast, you be[A]tter learn it young;
'Cause [Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes.
[Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes.

[E]    
[A]Think it was Sep[E]tember, the [F#m]year I went a[D]way,
for [A]there were many t[Dm]hings I didn't kno[A]w.  
And I still I see him [E]standing, [F#m]trying to be a [D]man,
I said, [A]somed[E]ay you'll under[A]stand.

Well, I'[E]m here to tell you now, each an[A]d every mother's son,
that you [E]better learn it fast, you [A]better learn it young,
'Cause [Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes; ooo
[Bm]someday[D] never [A]comes.

[Bm]    [D]    [A]    [Bm]    [D]    [A]    

Capo 2
First thing I remember, was asking papa, why;
for there were many things I didn't know.
And daddy always smiled, and took me by the hand;
saying, someday, you'll understand.

Well, I'm here to tell you now, each and every mother's son,
that you better learn it fast, you better learn it young;
'Cause someday never comes.

Well, time and tears went by, and I collected dust,
for there were many things I didn't know.
When daddy went away, he said, try to be a man,
and someday you'll understand.

Well, I'm here to tell you now, each and every mother's son,
that you better learn it fast, you better learn it young;
'Cause someday never comes.

And then one day in April, I wasn't even there,
For there were many things I didn't know.
A son was born to me; Mama held his hand,
saying, someday, you'll understand.

Well, I'm here to tell you now, each and every mother's son,
that you better learn it fast, you better learn it young;
'Cause someday never comes.
someday never comes.


Think it was September, the year I went away,
for there were many things I didn't know.
And I still I see him standing, trying to be a man,
I said, someday you'll understand.

Well, I'm here to tell you now, each and every mother's son,
that you better learn it fast, you better learn it young,
'Cause someday never comes; ooo
someday never comes.

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