Who Sang Baby, Can I Change Your Mind? Foghat

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Release information
Release Date: 1980
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Blues Rock/Pop Rock/Hard Rock
length: 3:52
producer: Tony Outeda, Foghat and Don Berman
mixer: Don Berman and Tony Outeda
engineer: Don Berman and Bob Coffee
bass: Craig MacGregor
guitar: Rod Price and Dave Peverett
drums (drum set): Roger Earl
assistant engineer: Jorge Ripley
lead vocals: Dave Peverett
Tell me that I'm dreaming, girl, I hope I am
All this talk of leaving, it's hard to understand
I thought I heard you whisper something 'bout goodbye
I thought I saw you walk away but I, I never heard you cry

But when I wake up this time, baby, will you still be gone?
Or will you be here by my side, saying, "Baby, you're the one"?

Now I'm crying, I have a reason to
I keep on trying, moving down the line
I'm not too far behind, don't treat me so unkind
Baby, can I change your mind?

Now I still remember cold November nights
Willing to surrender, knowing it was right
Love me while the fire was burning, it felt so warm inside
The flame of love was shining brightly, it never should have died

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Stranger In My Home Town
  • 2 Loose Ends
  • 3 Full Time Lover
  • 4 Baby, Can I Change Your Mind
  • 5 Too Late The Hero
  • 6 Dead End Street
  • 7 Be My Woman
  • 8 No Hard Feelings

  • Release information
    label: Bearsville Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin