• Artist: Jacob Vanags
  • Title: Nothing's Changed
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Pop, Pop - Alternative Pop
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/5/2012
  • Lyric themes: Struggle Hardship, Awakening/Enlightenment, Determination, Hope, Optimism, Triumph Success
  • Lyrics: I believed that, I believed that When I was a child If I could jump off a wooden table in my room And prayed for flight I would fly before I'd fall And it seems like nothing's really changed at all So forgive me, so forgive me If I fail, but you know That I've got to try to put all of everything Into who and what I love instead of who and what I am supposed to need If I, If I crash and burn I'll smile 'cause 'cause I'd do it in style And rise and dust off the light 'cause I know we can get this right I see you, I see you standing In your summer dress and I must admit I, I must admit I've never done a thing like this If I might be so blessed that you might jump with me And we'll hope for the best If we, If we crash and burn We'll smile 'cause 'cause we'd do it in style And rise and dust off the light 'cause I know we can get this right If one more thing breaks Then I'm broken But I have no problem Spring-boarding off my hopes and You may call this reckless But I'd like to say its trying harder To regret... less If we, If we crash and burn We'll smile 'cause 'cause we'd do it in style And rise and dust off the light 'cause I know we can get this--
  • Keywords: peppy, cheerful, Bass, A Smorgasbord of Sound, Editor's Picks

About Jacob Vanags

Jacob Vanags

Los Angeles, CA United States

Photo by Andrew Burkle

Whether he is hiking in the Andes, roofing a house, break dancing, or couch surfing around the world, piano-rocker Jacob Vanags is always eager to try something new. This desire to step outside the box, break it down, and recycle it into something original defines the personality of his music.

Following the 2008 solo EP, The Come On! Collection, and his 2009 full band EP, Pulses are Pluses, (which offers the fearless storyline of “Speak Up ...

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