"Things Change" as written by and Terri Hendrix....
Things change, things change
Yeah, things change, things change

Things changed for her when you voted for Bush
Put on a bra, put away your tie dyes
Found religion, got born again

Then let a man come between you and your friends
You swore it'd never happen but it did
'Cause things change, things change

Things changed for you when she got a nose ring
And suddenly thought she knew everything
As if how she looked made her, oh, so worldly wise

The fact is you buy National Geographic, she's been to Africa
I kind of like that dress she brought back for me
'Cause the label says 'Fits one size'
But things change, things change

Things change, that's for sure
Only the best of friends will endure
Each other when things change

Well, things changed for me
When y'all didn't call when I lost my job
Then my dog died, he was diabetic
I didn't know it till he was gone

Then both my folks were in the hospital
The same week, the week I buried my dog
And the only one who sent me a card
Was my gynecologist 'cause I missed my appointment
Things change, they sure do change

Things changed for all of us
Kids, work, health, money, this that and the other
I got so scared, I just wanted to shake under the covers
And wait in the dark with my fist drawn
Ready to slap life in the face and kick fate where it hurts

I searched all over my house for my favorite singer
She's on an unmarked tape as if her voice could bring me peace
And as if I even had a cassette player that worked anymore
There's no doubt about it, things change

Things change that's for sure
Only the best of friends will endure
Each other when things change
Things change, things change



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"Things Change" as written by Terri Hendrix

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