Strange Changes

Album: Greatest Hits (1981)
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Songfacts®:

  • Co-written with David Cassidy's wife Sue Shifrin, this song could well be inspired by the ending of Lynsey's affair with actor James Coburn. Not immediately as commercial as many of Lynsey's other hits, the song nevertheless grows on repeated listening. An instrumental version of the song is featured on the B-side. >>
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    Bobby - Atlanta, GA

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