"Nothing Ever Changes" as written by and Donna Lewis....
Standing ... in isolation ...
Roadless ... wilderness ...
Faded ... and discarded ... the last leaves gone ... gone ...
And let me tell you

Nothing Ever Changes ... Nothing Ever Changes ...
Farewell ... to my first love ...
Farewell ... for all time ...
Pleasure ... for the loving ... there they lie ... eye to eye ...
And let me tell you

CHORUS

Lay down ... let it break down ... the hidden tortures ... to and end
...

CHORUS


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"Nothing Ever Changes" as written by Donna Lewis

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    General CommentI heard it for the first time as I was driving up to my grandparent's house, the morning my grandfather had passed away. The beautiful simplicity of the lyrics and the gentle melody both cradled me and my tears. It was one of those moments where time was perceivably slower than in reality. It was so poetically fitting. My grandfather always spoke of our family as "un arbol frondoso", a full & grand tree.

    "Standing in isolation
    roadless wilderness
    faded and discarded
    the last leaves gone, gone"

    As a child there's so much that you don't understand about the end of life as humans. It was comforting to understand "life goes on" as much as it's it is truly unknown what happens to the deceased. We, the living, are bound to continue onward living.

    "lay down
    let it break down
    lay the hidden torture to an end..."

    It's weird how there are artists that, through their media, move and mold our lives. Not only that they make moments, like the one I was affronted with.... survivable!
    So if you ever run across this Donna.... Thanx!
    VermilionSparrowon November 15, 2007   Link

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