"Something Better Change" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
Don't you like the way I move when you see me?
Don't you like the things that I say?
Don't you like the way I seem to enjoy it?
When you shout things but I don't care
Something's happening and it's happening right now
You're too blind to see it
Something's happening and it's happening right now
Ain't got time to wait

I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change

Don't you like the way I dance, does it bug you?
Don't you like the cut of my clothes?
Don't you like the way I seem to enjoy it?
Stick my fingers right up your nose
Something's happening and it's happening right now
You're too blind to see it
Something's happening and it's happening right now
Ain't got time to wait

I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change, yeah, take it Hugh!

I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change, lovely

I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change
I said something better change

I said something better change
Change, change, change, change
Change, change, change, change
Change, change, change, change
Change
Change!


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"Something Better Change" as written by David Greenfield Brian John Duffy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentWhy no comments on this?.An absolutely classic,by the greatest band to come out of the punk era.
    endeavouron March 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah it's nice, but they have much better songs.
    JpnGhton April 09, 2006   Link

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