There'll Be Some Changes Made
by Louise Tobin, Benny Goodman & his Orchestra; vocal by Louise Tobin & Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
Lyrics and Meaning
They say, 'don't change the old for the new'
But I've found out this will never do
When you grow old, you don't last long
You're here today and then tomorrow you're gone
I loved a gal for many years gone by
I thought her love for me would never die
She made some changes that would never do
From now on I'm goin' to make some changes too
For there's a change in the weather
There's a change in the sea
So, from now on there'll be a change in me
My walk will be different, my talk and my name
Nothin' about me is goin' to be the same
I'm goin' to change my way of livin' if that ain't enough
Then I'll change the way that I strut my stuff
'Cause nobody wants you when you're old and gray
There'll be some change made
They say, 'the old time things are the best'
That may be very good for all the rest
But I'm goin' to let the old things be
'Cause they are certainly not suited for me
There was a time when I thought that way
That's why I'm all alone here, today
Since everyone of these days seeks something new
From now on I'm goin' to seek some new things too
For there's a change in the fashions
Ask the feminine folks
Even Jack Benny has been changing jokes
I must make some changes from old to the new
I must do things just the same as others do
I'm goin' to change my long, tall mama for a little short fat
Goin' to change the number where I live at
I must have some lovin', or I'll fade away
There'll be some changes made
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