"Still (Reprise)" as written by and Benjamin Scott Folds....
I must give the impression
That I have the answers for everything
You were so disappointed
To see me unravel so easily
It's only change
It's only everything I know
It's only change, and I'm only changing

You want something that's constant
And I only wanted to be me
But watch even the stars above
Things that seem still are still changing

Lyrics submitted by miktrebla

"Still" as written by Ben Folds

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThe song is about how everything changes. Even the things you don't expect to. And it sucks.
    Kamikaze189on May 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyer, i agree with you, Kanikaze189, change sucks. I love this song. =]
    laurajpon July 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentActually, if I recall correctly, Ben has said he invisioned Verne from Over the Hedge as a scientist that can't take change so he keeps his face up to the microscope only to find out that even those things that seem still are changing.

    To me it's a song about being resistant to change.

    Guy 1 says "it's only change"
    Guy 2 says "Only everything I know"
    Guy 1 says "Even the things that are still are still changing"
    The I see Guy 2 come to the harsh realization that he can't stop change.

    Also I love the verse about someone wanting something constant and then listing things that person themselves has changed, like haircuts, addresses, boyfriends and even lightbulbs.
    DeathJake34on February 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMy favourite Ben Folds song. Absolutely epic. It kills me, but in the best possible way.
    tonightweflyon November 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song just shows that no one is resistant to change. it affects us all at some point and nothing can resist it.
    ragamuffin16on November 13, 2007   Link

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