Album: Kingwood (2005)
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  • This song is most likely based on how the band's sound has progressed and changed throughout the years. Critics have branded Millencolin as "sell-outs" upon the release of previous albums. With lyrics like, "It's in my nature to be changing. Now is it so hard to see? You can not make me to be someone who never will be changing." and "Cause I change with time and that's not a crime," it seems that Millencolin haven't been too phased by such accusations. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Hamish Stace - Blenheim, New Zealand


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