Nothing Changes

Bryson/McDowall

Just as I awoke
I heard some people talking
And if I listened hard
I'd hear what they were saying
Looking at the wall
A black mark on their paper
I will stay in bed
It makes me feel much safer

I can see the clothes
I'll clear when I feel better
Lying all out on the floor
Amongst unopened letters

Take a look at me now, take a look at me
(nothing ever changes)
Take a look at me now, take a look at me
Take a look at me now, take a look at me
(nothing ever changes)
Take a look at me now, take a look at me

Looking at the wall
A black mark on the paper
I will stay in bed
It makes me feel much safer

Nothing changes
Nothing changes
(Take a look at me now, take a look at me)
Nothing changes
(Take a look at me now, take a look at me)
Nothing changes
(Take a look at me now, take a look at me)
Nothing changes
(Take a look at me now, take a look at me)
Nothing changes

From April 1985 BBC Peel session
Although credited to Bryson/McDowall, it was written by Jill alone