Some Things Never Change

Song Description

If you listen more closely, it's really about discrerning what changes and what doesn't.

Song Length 2:38 Genre Folk - Contemporary, Folk - Rock
Tempo Fast (151 - 170) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Content, Poignant Subject Change, Life
Language English

Lyrics

If I go back to my home town
And look at everything that's changed
busy sidewalks, empty schoolyards
The row of maple trees is gone
They call it progress, I don't know
I can't decide
Some things may be better
But some things never change

If I call you - talk for hours
You tell me everything that's new
Your second husband, he's on his third job
You're finally going back to school
You call it progress, I don't know
I can't decide
Some things may be better
But some things never change

The way it seems to me
I always have the possibility
To learn to pick my battles and to fight more peacefully

When I look back many years from now
The situation's come and gone
I climbed mountains - came down falling
Some things break some things survive
I think it's progress, I don't know
I can't decide
Some things may be better
But some things never change

Lyrics Walt Sargent Music Walt Sargent
Producer Walt Sargent Publisher Walt Sargent
Performance Walt Sargent

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