"Somebody Changed" as written by and Mark Nicholas Keen Melaine Jane Draisey....
Back on the streets
Every day is the same, Lord
Girls in the trees
Have the faces of angels

Somebody changed
It's like the year has another face
Smilin' all night long
Through the glass and the pine

You paint the nighttime blue
Lord and the daytime too
Lost in the night with you
I don't wanna wake
I don't wanna wake up

High on a dream
Weary nights of the victory
Heading home
Kicking stones on the ride

Down in the lane
I was so home till I saw your face
But it was just my mind playin' games
With the light

You paint the nighttime blue
Lord and the daytime too
Lost in the night with you
I don't wanna wake
I don't wanna wake up

Back on the streets
Every day is the same, Lord
Girls in the trees
Have the faces of angels




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"Somebody Changed" as written by James Mark Hornsey Alasdair David Maclean

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    General CommentMy interpretation is that this guy is only happy at night, all by himself, in his cozy little house, when he's asleep, dreaming about this girl. I wanna say he's lost her but still can't stop thinking of her all the goshdarn effing time, especially in his dreams or as visions when he gets all excited thinking she's actually there but then realizes it's his imagination. Then all day long he goes through the motions of his life in a daze/in the zone, incomplete, thinking of her ("Heading home kicking stones on the ride"). I'm still trying to figure out the part about "the girls in the trees have the faces of angels." Maybe that's another indication of his loneliness -- he sees all these other girls around who are beautiful and it just reinforces his loneliness. This song is lovesick and a half. Best song ever.
    jskiiron January 28, 2009   Link

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