Love Changes (Everything) by Climie Fisher #MusicMonday

I remember when I was a teenager I bought a CD with (reputedly) some of the best love songs in English (remember, when I was a teen I was living in a Spanish-speaking country). I always loved listening to music in English so I bought the CD without giving it much thought. The one song that always stuck in my mind was Love Changes (Everything) by Climie Fisher.

For some reason I always happen to love UK bands or duos. Probably part of my European heritage. Anyway, for your listening pleasure, I hope you enjoy Love Changes (Everything) by Climie Fisher.

I was only seventeen when she looked at me that way
Seems like yesterday
I was only foolin’ ’round but she stole my heart away
I’ve never been the same

I felt the strangest feeling like a raging fire it burned
She left I cried for weeks and
I can’t forget her or the lesson that I learned

Love changes, changes everything
Love makes you fly it can break your wings
Love changes, changes everything
Love makes the rules from fools to kings
Love changes, love changes everything

Then the years went rollin’ by
I grew up and moved away
Had to earn my pay
Found another lover then
But my heart is sad to say
It only ended up the same way

And I wondered was I destined to spend my life alone
Oh girl you answered my question
This time it’s working you’ve given me new hope

Love changes, changes everything
Love makes you fly it can break your wings
Love changes, changes everything
Love makes the rules from fools to kings
Love changes, love changes everything

I’ve seen the way love shakes ya makes ya break ya
It’s got a power of it’s own

Love changes, changes everything
Love makes you fly it can break your wings
Love changes, changes everything
Love makes the rules from fools to kings
Love changes, love changes everything

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