Insensitive | Jann Arden


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This is a great song from Jann Arden. We play this song in the key of “D”, and the guitar chart and lyric sheet we use for open mic night and live performances are available below for your reference. If you prefer to use different guitar tabs or chord charts, we can accomodate any variations.


Verse 1:
D                          Bm			G
How do you cool your lips, after a summer’s kiss?
		        A		        D
How do you rid the sweat, after the body bliss?
                           Bm			  G
How do you turn your eyes, from the romantic glare?
                        		      A
How do you block the sound of a voice, you’d know anywhere?

Chorus 1:
        D			            Bm
Oh, I really should have known by the time you drove me home
           G			            A
By the vagueness in your eyes, your casual good-byes
          D			         	            Bm
By the chill in your embrace, the expression on your face that told me
               	      	G	          A
Maybe you might have some advice to give, on how to be, 
     D	       Bm	           G	       A
Insensitive, insensitive, insensitive

Verse 2:
D                         Bm		    G
How do you numb your skin, after the warmest touch?
                            A		        D
How do you slow your blood, after the body rush?
                          Bm		    G
How do you free your soul, after you’ve found a friend?
                                              	           A	
How do you teach your heart, it’s a crime to fall in love again?

Chorus 2:
               D			    Bm
Oh, you probably won’t remember me. It’s probably ancient history.
G			  A
I’m one of the chosen few, who went ahead and fell for you.
      D						 Bm
I’m out of vogue. I’m out of touch. I fell too fast. I feel too much.
			           G                        A
I thought that you might have some advice to give, on how to be...

Instrumental Bridge:
Bm, G, D, A
(Bm, A)one measure) G, D, A

Repeat Chorus 1
Hold last G instead of going to A


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