"Transform" as written by Jeff Lippencott, Ryan Amon and Mark Thomas Williams....
Oh yeah

How come everything is not like it used to be
And how come everything is never the same
Your head spins, turns around a look of confusion
This can't be real, I think it's only a game
They said one way, you're going
One way to be and
I can't believe in those words

The truth is there is no truth
Mystified, can't compute
Well I say forget about
Everything you've heard

You won't last that long
You won't last that long
You might as well transform
You won't last, you won't last

How come everything is not like it used to be
And how come everything is never the same
There you want to, gonna get, first time, last place
Nothing stays the same here, including your name
I've seen it all twice before
They try to be original
Disappoint the way of the world


(Oh yeah, baby - be your right man that's the truth)

Hey, hey, hey [x4]

What's the meaning
You must be dreaming
To want the meaning of life
I heard you screaming
To know the meaning
To know the meaning of life

[Chorus x4]

Lyrics submitted by Bejiita

"Transform" as written by Mark Thomas Williams Jeff Lippencott

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    General CommentWords of Spider One:

    This is the one that ended up best representing the record, which is why I chose "Transform" for the title. The chorus gives it away: "You won't last that long/ You might as well transform," which is basically saying that your window of opportunity opens and closes really fast. Whether you're talking about your life from birth to death, or a certain moment in your life, the fact is, it won't last long. So you've got to seize that moment to try and do something.
    rabidwaffleon June 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is the song that got me into PM5K
    Cannsawon September 21, 2006   Link

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