metalfoot's picture



Liner Notes: 

Every once in a while I get the silliness in me built up to the point of doing a song which is definitely not a keeper but which has to come out.

I feel guilty on some level that this happened with Nadia's lovely prompt of change.

But here it is.

She'll forgive me, I hope.

(and yes, I did actually plot this out. So there.)


I think it's time for a change.
I think it's time for a change.
You might think that it's strange.
But I think it's time for a change.

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


MarkG's picture

If you find the right product, this would be a great radio jingle.

coolparadiso's picture

Could be a political Advert! and i certainly think that! Simple can work well and this does!

yam655's picture

This is great! Smile

You might be surprised what other people think of as keepers. My children regularly request that I play "Bob" which starts off with me repeatedly singing the name "Bob".

tcelliott's picture

It's cool to hear you go through the cycle of chords repeating the never changing lyric (see, what I did there?) Anyway, this might be a tad silly, but it's fun and that's what counts.

JWHanberry's picture

The evolving background sounds like change to me. Good job.

musicsongwriter's picture

Nothing to forgive, I think it's a lovely song Alex. You clearly had fun and it shows beautifully. It made me smile and it was nice to listen to your song Smile

barbara's picture

You could do this in 4-D by switching instruments too (still affected by the studio tour from earlier).
Really fun! Those last few really got to me, in a good silly way. Big grins over here!!

mike skliar's picture

ha, I see what you did there! fun idea!!!

i like how it gets wilder and wilder the more it 'changes'.. Smile

love that falsetto part, its so 'early-mid-1970's- and its funny how the 'punk' part comes in right after, like its 1977 all over again!