Mitchell, Joni - You've Changed Lyrics




You've changed
The sparkle in your eyes is gone
Your smile is just a careless yawn
You're breaking my heart
You've changed

You've changed
Your kisses now are so blasé
You're bored with me in every way
I can't understand
You've changed

You've forgotten the words I love you
And the memories that we've shared
You've ignored all the stars up above you
I can't realize that you ever cared
You've changed

You're not the angel I once knew
No need to tell me, I know we're through
It's all over now
You've changed

You've forgotten the words I love you
And the memories that we've shared
You ignore all the stars up above you
I can't realize that you ever cared
You've changed

You're not the angel I once knew
No need to tell me, I know we're through
It's all over now
You've changed





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Mitchell, Joni You've Changed Comments
  1. Suze Burtenshaw

    I feel it's a little unfair to be comparing one version against another. I understand why people do it ( I've been known to do it myself) but my take on it is this: a/ is it a lovely arrangement with wonderful harmonies? b/ did I enjoy listening to it? c/ did it 'speak' to me? If I can answer any of those questions with a 'yes', then all good.

  2. A.P. Murdock

    Album art, it's content has set off an incredible mood of contemplation, the lone thinker, a libation, and a "square." Mitchell as the vixen, femme fatale, limping hero...idiosyncratic songbird. Somethings never change.

  3. Cristobal Aguilar

    Great smooth

  4. M.J. Leger

    Superb orchestra, but this is not Joni's fortè; she cannot sustain notes at the end of a phrase (probably due to lack of breath control from smoking); she does better with the folk genre. Still, it's nice, (better interlude!).

  5. M.J. Leger

    She's not the best on this song, but the orchestra is superb! She has no breath control, probably due to the cigarettes, but the arrangement, intro, interlude and instrumentation are terrific. But to be fair, Joni was a folk singer, this song is not really Joni's fortè.

  6. Richard Wallace

    Very good-her voice is still healthy!

  7. Fiona A

    GENTLEWOMEN.... YOU'VE CHANGED JONI MITCHELL... SUPERB LYRICS BEAUTIFULLY DONE.. 💞♥️💞💋💯😘👍

  8. Kenneth Thompson

    Ella Fitzgerald brings emotional depth & heartbreaking reflection to the original. Joni's vocal delivery is one dimensional, lacks tonality & is ill suited to a great song.

    usuck2413 24

    I don't agree. I think both versions are beautiful, the artists as well

  9. Fiona A

    JONI MITCHELL YOU'VE CHANGED YOU.JUST CRY A RIVER AND ANOTHER 😙XX

  10. Charles peterson

    No accounting for taste, or the lack thereof. The strings lay it on the melody like a wet blanket. Her phrasing is like swimming up current. She is still a great artist.

  11. Dan Jacobson

    Great arrangement...wonderful and those strings are marvelous.

  12. Jean-Luc Bersou

    Magnifique !

  13. T .Lozhar

    A bit too fancy for me. This song is so wonderful it doesn't need Mitchellization. But brava for the effort, and try Isabella Lundgren.

  14. ItsKateDelRey

    Thank you Miley!!

  15. Brenda Mayne

    It takes years of living & heartache to develope that awesome sound!

    Graham Bull

    Brenda Mayne I absolutely agree. I've heard all the other versions, but for me, this is head and shoulders above them. Just sublime.

  16. Red Wine

    You've forgotten the words I love you
    And the memories that we've shared
    You've ignored all the stars up above you
    I can't realize that you ever cared
    You've changed

  17. hal lyons

    A wonderful orchestra for this voice.

  18. DoinTimeOnEarth

    Love this! sounds so sweet & so sad ~

  19. M.J. Leger

    Nice version of one of my favorite songs, but it doesn't really compare to Ella F., or even Nikki Yanofsky, who does it so great, so does Julie.

    Yotam Ishay

    hahaha nikki yanofsky is better?

    intrepidpooch

    Actually Joni really brings the pathos of heartbreak in a much deeper, visceral way than most, if not every version I've ever heard. And Wayne Shorter's tenor to tie it all together? I can't listen to this version without tearing up everytime.

    intrepidpooch

    Other than Billie Holiday of course...;-)

    Sam Chianello

    Sarah Vaughn

    M.J. Leger

    Yes, she does a great version of this song, probably my second favorite!  Eva Cassidy is my favorite!