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​There's Been A Change In Me

This song is by Eddy Arnold and appears on the album Country Songs I Love To Sing (1963) and on the album Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar (1998).

When I was very young my mother often said
I was a bashful kid my face was always red
I was afraid of girls but now you see Lordy Lord there's been a change in me
Then at the age of twelve I went to my first dance
We played so kissin' games and then I got the chance
To learn about how nice a kiss to be you know there was a change in me
I started notice in the little girl next door
I walked her home from school I never did before
I even carved her name upon a tree oh boy there was a change in me
I took the slick enough my hair were lots of clew
And I would shine my shoes and look in mirrors too
Until my mother said why son it's doom ain't it there's been a change in you
As the years went by I surely get around
Why I was number one bout all the girls in town
I had a different date most every night (whistle) there was a change all right
But now I've met a gal who stole my heart away
I'm gonna marry her and settle down someday
And if I'm through to her then I'll agree ha ha there's been a change in me