Jason Robert Brown

Nothing In Common Chords

Jason Robert Brown

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Nothing In Common

  		
Intro 

C  G  Am  G 
F  G  C 

verse 1 
C              G                Am 
There was this kid a few years back, 
           G 
A little older than me, 
      F           C                Am           G 
Who lived in my house and looked a lot like my mother. 
C               G               Am             G 
There was this kid I knew back then and I was sure he would be 
 F            G              F     C 
The greatest star I'd ever known. 
 F                         Am              G 
I'd watch him walk into a room and he was never out of place, 
    F          C       Am       G 
He knew the answer to every question. 
 F                            Am 
The square and cube of every prime 
          G 
A name to go with every face, 
F            G            F     C 
Like he was king upon a throne. 

F C 

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C Am And we had nothing in common, F C Nothing in common. F F F Am G My mother was convinced that I failed english out of spite. C Am We had nothing in common F C Nothing in common. F F F Am G And 30-some years later i'm still tortured and amazed F G C By how Daivd always got the answers right.
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C G Am G F G verse 2 C G Am Now later on, I knew this guy, G He was in high school I think, F C Am G Had lots of friends and was the pride of the family. C G Am G He'd call me names and punch my head and made me feel like a dink F G F C And I would hide from him all day. F Am But if I couldn't find a friend G (Which happened more than i'd have liked) F C Am G I'd go where he was and sulk around him. F Am G He'd say, "You don't know how to throw, and just don't play your stupid songs," F G F C And then he'd toss the ball my way. F C
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C Am We had nothing in common, F C Nothing in common. F F F Am G I thought he was a jerk and who knows what he thought I'd be. C Am We had nothing in common, F C Nothing in common. F F F Am G But 20-some years later I'm still grateful and surprised F G C By the little gifts that David gave to me.
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G Am Am Am verse 3 F Am I knew this guy before I wed G F He had a vision in his head C G Am F Of how his life would play out and his dreams would come true F C But he was stumbling, he was stalled C Am And every year after he called Am F Am G G I'd just think man, there goes the lonliest guy I ever knew Bridge G F People think i'm failing G They never understand F But temporary set backs F Are part of what I planned G And David had his vision F And David played his game F C F We have nothing much in common F G C But we are more or less the same Break C G Am G F C F G C G Am G F C G F C F C verse 4 C G Am G F There was a guy who met a girl who had a cat that fell in love C G That got a home and made a vow Am F C G He took her hand and they lived happily ever after F C G F C G Happily ever after F C G F C G Here's to happily ever after F C G G Happily ever after F C

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