Someone's always telling me I'm no good
Well I don't care what you say
Someone's always giving me a hard time
Well I live day to day
Someone's always putting me in my place
Like I don't know where I am
So I'll just sit here in the corner without any direction

Maybe it's all it's all in my head
I think that it's something something you said
I understand some things will never change (Never Change)
Never change

Someone's always kicking me to the curb
Well it's grinding up my face
Someone's always pushing me to the side
Like I'm standing in the way
Someone's always getting up in my face
L:ike I don't know who I am
So once again I'm in the corner without any direction

Maybe it's all it's all in my head
I think that it's something something you said
Understand some things will never change (Never change, Never change)
Somebody's always out to get me
Somebody's always trying to kill me
Understand some things will never change (Never change, Never change)

Why did you have to go and change?
Couldn't you just have stayed the same?
Why did you have to go insane?
Understand some things don't change
Never change
No they don't No they don't Don't change

Maybe it's all it's all in my head
I think that it's something something you said
Understand some things will never change
Somebody's always out to get me
Somebody's always trying to kill me
Understand some things will never change

Why did you have to go and change?
Couldn't you just have stayed the same?
Why did you have to go insane?
Understand some things don't change
Why did you have to go and change?
Couldn't you just have stayed the same?
Why did you have to go insane?
Understand some things don't change

Some things will never change
Some things never change
Some things never change
Never change


Lyrics submitted by darshanp

Never Change Lyrics as written by James Christopher Allen Doug Ardito

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, STEREO SUPERSONIC MUSIC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    This is a really good, especially to some1 who can relate, like me!

    rlb2004on May 21, 2002   Link
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    Someone's always trying to kill you? Geez, wouldn't want to know YOUR friends! If you're ever in need of a nasty mob for your protection, gimme a shout ;)

    Dimonon June 05, 2002   Link
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    haha. It is a pretty good song, but I like Blurry; not quite as morbid...hee hee

    Michelle_23on June 18, 2002   Link
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    I love this song even though it's filled with paranoia. I think it's so true how some things will never change but then things we never want to change, always changes. It's frustrating.

    DancingNanciesDMBon July 11, 2002   Link
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    okay.....you guys are really freaky and morbid! no offence of course! but seriously, look at what your listening and supposedly "relating" to?!?!?! What's up with that! I'll be praying for you;)

    Michelle_23on July 16, 2002   Link
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    This song sounds like a 'Nirvana meets Oasis' song, it has the Come As You Are riff and it sounds a bit like Liam Gallagher...well, those are my thoughts :) this is my 3rd fave from Come Clean, BLURRY ROCKS!

    nirvana_loveron July 24, 2002   Link
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    Dudes... this is just a thought but look at the song in terms of James Bond. It's just like what happens in his flicks. Plus, the chorus sounds a bit like the Bond theme... think about it =)

    Apploon September 08, 2002   Link
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    hehe

    docterdrexxxon April 09, 2003   Link
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    this song is great.hell the intire cd is great

    MUDD_girlon April 27, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    gosh, someone might relate to this song because at times, people do feel like everything is out to get them. not literally tryna kill them, wow, i thought it was normal to feel like that sometimes aye. or maybe you've been living in a bubble? hmm

    jimyon July 10, 2006   Link

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