A collaboration with Jason Robert Brown, one of her earlier partners during her Broadway shows. Ariana wanted it to be named Jason’s song after him.
Allegedly, song is dedicated to Grande's and Bieber manager Scooter Braun that she fired in February 2016, during Dangerous Woman production "as their professional relationship was not working out". However, she hired him back in September, as her mother failed to promote Dangerous Woman album and on September 15th Jason's Song (previously included only in special editions) was released as single.
My full transcription of this song with lyrics and accurate chords for guitar.
I added that long piano solo, but simplified chords, so it is really playable for everyone.
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Ari said she wanted to have a song like her favorite song from my Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes CD, “Getting Out”… something really tough about the music business and how hard it was to be a woman trying to maintain her own voice, trying to push her boundaries, trying to stand up against the astonishing wall of corporate resistance she faced on a regular basis, not to mention the crazy demands and frustrations of celebrity culture. She wanted it to sound “totally JRB” and so she walked me over to the out-of-tune piano in the living room and said “Just do JRB things!” Whereupon she climbed on top of the piano and started singing along while I played. She had a melodic idea for the chorus, I filled it out; I had a melodic idea for the verse, she stretched it and made it swing.
I said I would write a draft of the lyric just to get her started and then she could change it to whatever she wanted. (Ultimately, she changed about seven words, and her fixes really did sound better coming out of her than my originals would have. She has a perfect sense of what fits her.)
Jason Robert Brown