"Change" as written by Dennis Joseph Matkosky, Ty Kelly Lacy, Jess Clayton Cates and Kimberley Locke....
Sorry for what I forgot to say
But you know how words get in the way, baby, lately
Wasn't strong enough to cut right through
All the red tape between me and you, baby
Time escapes me

What's it going to take to shake these blues?
Pushing through the clouds just to get to you
Can't hold back the storm that's blowing through, yeah

[Chorus]
I feel a change, babe, washing over me
I feel the rains, babe, coming to set me free
It's a one way track, ain't coming back
This train's about to leave
I feel a change coming over me

Never noticed that it's kinda strange
Same story but a different day lately, oh baby
Gotta get up, gotta change the scene
Gotta rip this page from the magazine

[Chorus]

I ain't trying to be difficult, no, no
I ain't trying to be mean
I just gotta do right now
What's best for me

[Chorus]


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"Change" as written by Ty Lacy Jess Cates

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    General CommentKimberley said in an interview:
    The first single, "Change," was written towards the end of the project when I was working with Ty Lacy and Dennis Matkosky. I wrote that song for the album when I was actually at the end of a not-so-great relationship that I had been in. I was engaged to be married and it was perpetually getting worse, and by the time I wrote this song I was ready to make a change in my life, and that's what this song is all about. The song is about either you're going to change and we're going to fix this or I'm going without you and I'm making a change regardless.
    pdogon August 14, 2007   Link

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