Album: This Time (2007)
Charted: 49
  • This song tells the story of a young girl who has an unhappy start in life and runs away from home.
  • This was co-written by Paul Gendler, who has been Mel C's guitarist since she was with the Spice Girls.

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  • Shawn from Green Bay, WiGreat song. I want this whole album. Video on here is to "Never be the Same," one of the first hits Mel had after leaving the Spice Girls. She had her hair cut short when they broke up. I think she was in a hard rocker stage. She was still cute, but she looks much better in the real Carolyna video.
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