Nothing Will Change

Album: Are We There (2014)
  • Maybe something will change
    Maybe something will change

    Remember when you saw me on the street
    And then you looked in my eyes?
    You helped me with the tire change
    It had been a while and I had thought that you'd forgotten about me
    I never could have forgotten you

    I will reach you (I will meet you)
    I will reach you (I will meet you)
    I will meet you (I will meet you)
    On your street
    I won't let you down

    Maybe something will change
    Maybe something will change

    A couple years later when I saw you making western moves
    And pal-in' 'round but I still saw in you
    You always believed in me and I always believed in you
    Let's not turn the page

    I will reach you (I will meet you)
    I will reach you (I will meet you)
    I will meet you (I will meet you)
    On your street
    I won't let you down

    I will meet you (I will meet you)
    I will meet you (I will meet you)
    I will meet you (I will meet you)
    On your street
    I don't wanna let you down

    Nothing will change
    Nothing will change
    Nothing will change
    Nothing will change Writer/s: Sharon Van Etten
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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