Absolutely Nothing's Changed Lyrics - Tina Turner

Tina Turner Twenty Four Seven cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: John O'Kane, Terry Britten
release date: 1999
genres: Electronic Rock
styles: Pop Rock/Synth-pop
length: 3:44
This is my heart talking
It's time to face reality
This spell I'm under can't last much longer
Any fool can see
You come here with your promises
But I remember all the lies
I bought the laughter, happy ever after
How could I be so blind, so blind

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed
You play with my emotions
I'll live to fight another day
I´m bruised but I ain´t broken
I ain't broken

Now you say you're sorry
For everything you put me through
You want to make up, I just gotta wake up
It's the same old you
The same old you

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed
You play with my emotions
I'll live to fight another day
I'm bruised but I ain't broken
Ain't broken

Ooh I've been dreaming but it's over now (bad dreams are over now)
I'm gonna rise up, rise above all the troubles and tears
I'm down but I ain't out

Play with my emotions
I maybe bruised, I ain't broken

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed
At last my eyes are open
I'm gonna live to fight another day
I maybe bruised but I ain´t broken, ain't broken

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed
Abolutely nothing
I'll live to fight another day
I maybe bruised but I ain´t broken

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed
Abolutely nothing
I'm gonna live to fight another day
I maybe bruised but I ain´t broken

'Cause absolutely nothing's changed



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Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Whatever You Need
  • 2 All the Woman
  • 3 When the Heartache Is Over
  • 4 Absolutely Nothing's Changed
  • 5 Talk to My Heart
  • 6 Don't Leave Me This Way
  • 7 Go Ahead
  • 8 Without You
  • 9 Falling
  • 10 I Will Be There
  • 11 Twenty Four Seven
  • 2 River Deep - Mountain High
  • 3 When the Heartache Is Over
  • 4 Whatever You Need
  • 5 Don’t Leave Me This Way
  • 6 Talk to My Heart
  • 7 Hold On I’m Coming
  • 8 All the Woman