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Verse:
C
The day starts like the rest we've seen
           G
Another carbon copy of an old routine
Am
Days keep coming, one out, one in
           F
They keep coming
C
I don't know what I wish I had
            G
But there's no time now for thinking things like that
          Am
We've got too much to do -too much to do-
            F
All these same things
       G
We're always

Chorus:
C
Opening up
             Bb   F
Letting the day in
C        G
Over a cup
            Am    F
We'll say hello, how ya been?
C
Looking around
             Bb     F
Seeing the same things
C
Every day brings
       G
Hello, how ya been?
Am           F
Thank you, come again!
C           G          Am        F
Some things never change

Verse 2:
C
I wouldn't call this place a happy end
            G
But I've been round the block and just came back again
Am
a small town like ours ain't much
      F
But sometimes home is where your ass ends up

Verse 3:
C
Ordered up is how the day will find me
G
Everything in its place and time
    Am
And I like the way
                         F
Most of the days look exactly the same -order up!-

Bridge:
C
Check the clock, tick, tick, tock
Cm
Don't stop!
             Am
Serve with a smile!
                     G 
Hurry up, fill the coffee cup
               F
And then in a while
                          C
Take a breath when you need to be reminded
           Am    A   G
That with days like these
                            F
We can only do the best we can
       G
Til we do it again
Come on, move it now!

Chorus:
C
Opening up
              Bb F
Letting the day in
C
Opening up
                    E     Am                       F
Some things never change -some things never change-
C       G
Hello, how ya been?
Am               F
Thank you, come again!
C                  G        Am     F         G          C
Some things never change
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