The Changingman [8 Track Demo]

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Paul Weller (born 25 May 1958) is an English singer-songwriter. Starting with the band The Jam (1976–1982), Weller went on to branch out musically to a more soulful style with The Style Council (1983–1989). In 1991 he established himself as a successful solo artist, and continues to remain a respected singer, lyricist and guitarist. more »


Year:
1995
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Is happiness real?
Or am I so jaded
I can't see or feel, like a man been tainted
Numbed by the effect, aware of the muse
Too in touch with myself, I light the fuse

I'm the changingman, built on shifting sands
I'm the changingman, waiting for the bang
As I light a bitter fuse

Time is on loan, only ours to borrow
What I can't be today, I can be tomorrow

And the more I see, the more I know
The more I know, the less I understand.

I'm the changingman, built on shifting sands
I'm the changingman, waiting for the bang
To light a bitter fuse

It's a bigger part 
When our instincts act
A shot in the dark 
A movement in black

And the more I see, the more I know
The more I know, the less I understand.

I'm the changingman, built on shifting sands
(I don't have a plan)
I'm the changingman, waiting for the bang
To light a bitter fuse

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Written by: BRENDAN LYNCH, PAUL JOHN WELLER

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