"My Ever Changing Moods" as written by and Paul John Weller....
Daylight turns to moonlight, and I'm at my best
Praising the way it all works and gazing upon the rest
The cool before the warm, the calm after the storm
Oh the cool before the warm, the calm after the storm
I wish to stay forever, letting this be my food
Oh but I'm caught up in a whirlwind and my ever changing moods

Bitter turns to sugar, some call a passive tune
But the day things turn sweet, for me won't be too soon
The hush before the silence, the winds after the blast
Oh the hush before the silence, the winds after the blast
I wish we'd move together, this time the bosses sued
Oh but we're caught up in the wilderness and an ever changing mood

Teardrops turn to children, who've never had the time
To commit the sins they pay for through, another's evil mind

The love after the hate
The love we leave too late
The love after the hate, the love we leave too late
I wish we'd wake up one day, and everyone feel moved
Oh but we're caught up in the dailies and an ever changing mood

Evil turns to statues, and masses form a line
But I know which way I'd run to if the choice was mine
The past is our knowledge, the present our mistake
And the future we always leave too late
I wish we'd come to our senses and see there is no truth, oh
In those who promote the confusion for this ever changing mood, yeah


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"My Ever Changing Moods" as written by Paul John Weller

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    General Commentthe style council and this album (yes records folks, not cd's) saved my life in teenage years...great song from an amazing writer...Paul Weller saved my teenage years from oblivion...can he save my years now?...i wish...
    jcaimbeulon April 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is another 'state of the 80's' song, refer mainly to the threat of nuclear war which hung over our heads in that decade. The lyrics are fantastic. Two versions existing, the single version which was funky and upbeat, and the Cafe Bleu version which is haunting and delicate with wellers vocals and talbots grand piano playing.
    joeschiavoneon February 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCafe Blue version has a bit more staying power in my opinion. I can listen to it quite often without growing tired of it. Weller is genius in terms of his pop sensibilities and song writing prowess. While SC material does not hold up to his previous work with The Jam, I like to think that this song stands up well so many years later.
    rhombuson June 07, 2006   Link

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