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Performer: Johnny "T" Talley
Genre: Rock
Title: (I've Changed My) Wild Mind
Style: Rockabilly
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I've Changed My Wild Mind. Great Rockabilly - Just About as Good as It Gets.

You've Changed My Mind". I'd hidden away The pains of the day And the strain of my eyes to see The grain of my skin At the start of the end Of all I once thought I could be. The page has been bent Like an ear, and I've spent Too much just to straighten a line But you've waited as still As the stone of my will And I know you've changed my mind And I know you've changed my mind. The beast in this room Paces and moons He's restless and needs to be fed He moves in for keeps At the first sign of sleep He groans and he nuzzles my head.

I’ll see the smile on your face I’ll see the memories in your eyes This is more than a place It’s a reunion with my old life I’ll always have, and always will And leave my heart where time stands still Where I’m from, is where I’m found Yeah, this is my hometown. It’s been six months since I’m wrapped up Inside my mother’s arms Will it still feel the same Even though I’ve changed Yeah, I’ve changed I’ve changed Whoa-oh-oh, I’ve changed Oh, yeah, I’ve changed Yeah, I’ve changed Oh-oh-oh-oh, I’ve changed Yeah, I’ve changed. And like a storybook I’m gonna run into your arms and heal.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A (I've Changed My) Wild Mind
Written By – Buck Peddy, Mel Tillis
1:57
B Lonesome Train
Written By – Robert Belyeu
2:09

Credits

  • Written By – Buck Peddy (tracks: 1), Mel Tillis (tracks: 1), Robert Belyeu (tracks: 2)

Notes

Side A: published by Hank Snow Music (BMI)
Side B: published by Murray Nash Associates (BMI)