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I Am I Said Chords (ver.1)

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I Am I Said Chords (ver.1)

Neil Diamond
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                I Am I Said chords
Neil Diamond

Capo I 

A D  A D E 2x

A D E E7

A          
L.A. is fine, sunshine most of the time
D      
And the feeling is laid back
E 
Palm trees grow and the rents are low
        E7 
But you know I keep thinking about
A 
Making my way back

A 
Well, I'm New York City born and raised
                                   D 
But nowadays, I'm lost between two shores
E 
L.A. is fine, but it ain't home
E7                                   A Asus4 A 
New York's home but it ain't mine no more

        A Asus4 A          D Dsus4 D
I am, I said,    to no one there
    D                        Bm       A 
And no one heard at all, not even the chair
        A Asus4 A           D Dsus4 D
I am, I cried,   I am, said I
    D                      Bm       A 
And I am lost, and I can't even say why
           E          
Leavin' me lonely still

A
Did you ever read about a frog who dreamed of being a king 
D
and then became one
      E
Well, except for the names and a few other changes
E7                  A
If you talk about me, the story's the same one

A
But I got an emptiness deep inside
                                   D
And I've tried but it won't let me go
E
And I'm not a man who likes to swear
E7                                           A Asus4 A
But I've never cared for the sound of being alone

        A Asus4 A          D Dsus4 D
I am, I said,    to no one there
    D                        Bm       A 
And no one heard at all, not even the chair
        A Asus4 A           D Dsus4 D
I am, I cried,   I am, said I
    D                      Bm       A 
And I am lost, and I can't even say why

        A Asus4 A        D Dsus4 D
I am, I said     I am, I cried

I Am . . . .   

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