Green, Peter - Big Change Is Gonna Come Lyrics




I can't talk to you, babe, you're never on your own
I think it might be better if you stay here at home
I can get along without you, I can get along just fine
But you can't see the difference between what's yours and mine

If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

I still want you back, but I won't crawl on my knees
You won't catch me begging, please, please, please
I can get without life, for you to go and hang yourself
One more lonely woman who can't find nothing else

If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

You always want the best things in life, I try to do what's right
I don't expect you to spend all my money and stay out half the night
I can get along without you, I can get along just fine
But you can't see the different between what's yours and mine

If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

Big change is going to, big change is going to, big change is going to come
Big change is going to, big change is going to, big change is going to come





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  1. Zilari

    "Big Change Is Gonna Come"

    I can't talk to you, babe, you're never on your own
    I think it might be better if you stay here at home
    I can get along without you, I can get along just fine
    But you can't see the difference between what's yours and mine

    If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
    Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

    I still want you back, but I won't crawl on my knees
    You won't catch me begging, please, please, please
    I can get without life, for you to go and hang yourself
    One more lonely woman who can't find nothing else

    If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
    Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

    You always want the best things in life, I try to do what's right
    I don't expect you to spend all my money and stay out half the night
    I can get along without you, I can get along just fine
    But you can't see the different between what's yours and mine

    If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
    Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

    If you think I can't live without you, babe, when you're gone
    Big change is going to come, big change is going to come

    Big change is going to, big change is going to, big change is going to come
    Big change is going to, big change is going to, big change is going to come

  2. Marco Franceschelli

    Destiny Road - 1999....Ciao ..Karma ...!!

  3. Marco Franceschelli

    Wonderful track ..hello my friend :-)))

  4. Matt Seymour

    Classic Pete :) great blues soloing

  5. Cora Visser

    THIS IS WONDERFULLLLLLLLLL GREAT SUPER COOL.

  6. Matt Seymour

    Heres a band you may like, The Protoneers, check them out on facebook.

  7. Tam O'Shanter

    I said, "Peter, you're a millionaire, go in and buy some film." He looked at me and in that cockney accent said: "Yeah, they says I got all this money, but they never give me a tuppence." This is the life barristers have left for Peter. They send him on fishing trips to exotic African locations while they bag the majority of his money. It is amusing to hear how on his road trips this lady attorney calls the road mgr + bus driver to inquire about "things" so she can up her billings. Oh well!

  8. Tam O'Shanter

    immediately sued the average to good guitarist to separate PG from Splinter Group, to put him together with a showcase of other ailing former R&R stars. Not a band, a small money-making machine for the law firm + A&E guys. PG likes photography and, in SF FW, he was taking photos when he ran out of film. He was stunned at the development.

  9. Tam O'Shanter

    Peter Green Splinter Group was largely the devotion and dedication of an average to good guitarist wanting to get the psychiatric ailing PG back into music. He and his wife took care of Peter to get him off most of p. drugs that took all energy and any creativity out of him. His wife often went around picking up his throw-up to try to get him off those monster drugs. Since PG is "legally insane," his business is taken care of by a law + A*E firm who, once realizing they could make $ from him,

  10. Kathleen Helkin

    Great to see you back

  11. Instant Karma

    Roger Cotton
    Ciao ;-)

  12. salonsixtytwo

    Love this track...who wrote it??