I Can See The Change

Album: single release only (2020)
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  • I can see the change
    Come what may, I won't regret today
    I can see the change
    Feel the pace of everything

    Who am I? Teary-eyed?
    Who are you in your life?
    Are you dumb enough to pass the time?
    Oversold and out of lies

    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore, anymore

    I can see the change
    Better than I ever could before
    I am what remains
    Different in the same frame that I was

    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore, anymore

    Standing out (standing out)
    Like I need it now (like I need it now)
    Like a fool does (like a fool does)
    It doesn't mean I'll adjust (it doesn't mean I'll adjust)

    Standing out (standing out)
    Like I need you now (like I need you now)
    Like a fool does (like a fool does)
    Let the world adjust

    I can see the change
    Come what may, I won't regret today
    I am what remains
    Standing here in spite of everything

    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore
    No, it's not for me anymore, anymore Writer/s: Celeste Waite, David Palmer, Jamie Hartman, Sean Douglas
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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