1960s

You’ve Changed Lyrics by Marvin Gaye


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“You’ve Changed” is the first song on the 1964 album, When I’m Alone I Cry. Marvin Gaye wanted to be known as a crooner, like Frank Sinatra. However, Motown Records changed his sound. This album is classic Marvin Gaye.

Meet the Artist
Marvin Gaye

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When I’m Alone I Cry

Composer(s)
Bill Carey
Carl Fischer

Baby, you’ve changed
That sparkle in your eye has gone
Your smile is just a careless yawn
You’re breaking my heart, cause you’ve changed, ooh
You’ve changed
Your kisses now are so blasé
You are bored with me in every way
And I can’t understand, ooh, ooh, you’ve changed

You’ve forgotten the words I love you
Each memory that we’ve shared
Ooh, you ignore every star 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 that we are through
It’s all over now, ooh
Ooh, you’ve changed, you’ve changed

It’s all over now
It’s all over now, uhh, uhh, uhh
You’ve changed

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