"You've Changed" as written by Ronald Fair, Douglas B. Gibbs and Ralph R. Johnson....
Do you remember long ago when we had no will
To know about the evils of the world and ignorance was bliss
Did we forget about those years, have we given into fear
Oh I wish I wasn't here

'Cause everything has changed now
Life was so simple it's insane now
I wish I could step off the train now
My memories begin to fade out
But I won't let them go

Take me home I never wanted to get old like this
Take me back unto my younger days of innocence

And the war that rages on wouldn't callous us at all
We weren't frightened by the threat of nuclear attack
And we didn't have to care about government affairs
And I wish I still was there

'Cause everything has changed now
Life was so simple it's insane now,
I wish I could step off the train now
My memories begin to fade out
But I won't let them go

Take me home I never wanted to get old like this
Take me back unto my younger days of innocence

Tonight I became what I hate
I lost my youth and I don't like things this way
On the edge everyone feels the same
Things were better in our more innocent days
And I wish they'd stayed the same [2x]

Take me home I never wanted to get old like this
Take me back unto my younger days of innocence [2x]


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"You've Changed" as written by Ralph R. Johnson Douglas B. Gibbs

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