"Waiting For Changes" as written by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee....
Office blocks, corner shops, traffic jams on every street, the same old rush around
Obsolete, I'm a freak, in a show on brighton beach, as the snow comes down
Reality's kicking me, knocking me right off my feet, as the sky spins round

We're waiting for changes
Rejected and dented
We're waiting for changes
The lights green but today's red

Laundry stops, by the lock, on a sunday afternoon, with all that fuss
Cantelowes skateboard shows, tennants extra by a row of recycle bins

We're waiting for changes
Different perspectives
We're waiting for changes
The lights green but today's red
Take a ride to charing cross, join the masses as they shop, their lives away
29's the northern line, heading back to lose our minds, to break the chain

We're waiting for changes
Rejected and dented
We're waiting for changes
The lights green but today's red
We're waiting for changes
Different perspectives
We're waiting for changes
The lights green but today's red
I'm waiting for changes
I'm waiting for changes
I'm waiting for changes.


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"Waiting for Changes" as written by Jon Lee Grant Nicholas

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    General Commentthis is so good live. a real crowd-pleaser. rock on!
    bitterglasson February 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFirst of all, this song is perfectly placed in the YWTS album, such a rocky song which is such a contrast against its predecessor Yesterday Went To Soon.

    Again, I think the meaning of this song is obvious - humanity just get along with their lives all day everyday. The 9-5 culture.

    "The lights green but today's red" - basically that. They can change or go forward, but theyre too into their habits to change.
    tommyhaychon May 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI always skip to this on my MP3 when I get on the bus in my local city centre, in Norwich.

    "Take a ride to Charing Cross, join the masses as they shop...their lives away".

    I change Charling Cross to Chapelfield in my head, just to make it a bit more local to me.
    Lewis88on October 24, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe social meaning of this song is obvious: this world is sick, the system has turned the people into a blind mass, we're being guided! this situation must stop! this is the perfect song to sing to a politician nowadays. Congratulations to FEEDER for making this amazing protest song
    nickaudioslave77on November 27, 2009   Link

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