I heard some kids telling me
How they've lost all the faith in the way
They've been talking world peace
And the wars in the streets

The lines on their faces so deep
A revolution or reach out and touch the day
We're overdue child

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Oh no

I feel the the future in the hands
Of our youth will be safe
No more lies
Old, tired fools tell our future
With tarot cards, and lie of crime

The lines on their faces so deep
A revolution or reach out and touch the day
We're overdue child

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

I'll change
I'll change
Not tomorrow but today

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change

Change
Now it's time for change
Nothing stays the same
Now it's time for change


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Time for Change Lyrics as written by Nikki Sixx Donna Mcdaniel

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    General CommentThis song has been the soundtrack to my life when ever I go through a break-up. Its telling me that life will go on, no matter what has happened. I really didn't care for the song until the summer of 2009 when I saw the Crue at Cruefest 2, and they were playing the entire Dr.Feelgood album...it really is an overlooked song...it just gets pushed to the side by the more well known songs off Dr.Feelgood. I think Nikki, and the band are lyrically pretty deep, and actually write songs from the point of view of someone that has been to hell, and back...obviously, its very true about Nikki considering that he OD'd on several different occasions before the band recorded Dr. Feelgood, and they were all clean, and sober...just a great ballad
    CKF929on December 14, 2012   Link

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