But I'm Different Now
The Jam Lyrics


Picked you up and let you down and
I never said a word
But I'm different now and I'm glad that you're my girl
Mess you 'round and upset you
I hurt you most of all
But I'm different now and I'm glad that you're my girl

Fun lasts for seconds, love lasts for days but
But you can't have both
And I'm different now but I'm glad that you're my girl

Because I know I done some things
That I should never have done
But I'm different now and I'm glad that you're my girl

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: PAUL JOHN WELLER

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Comments from YouTube:

C.D. Macaulay

America really missed the boat in not appreciating this band. Had they been part of the British Invasion 15 years earlier, when the whole world were fascinated with all things English, it would have been another story.

DudleyMod

Remember listening to this on a tape deck whilst sat on the wall at the top of Blackthorn Road with my parka nad sta-prest in 1979. Still listening today !!

GamesMediaPro

@Jack D'Ripa yup defo 1980, sound affects tour

dyerblue

Some people need to listen from start to finish, fcuking greating songs from 76 to 82 :)

Johnjoseph Barnes

Fabulous song then and now!!

Gerry Smith

The awsome Jam ab albums great singles a top band

Michael Ohare

thanks for postin I'm Chicago love the jam

jokin57

Saw The Jam in Chicago in 1978 in a small club in the Northwest suburbs. The boys were just a few feet from the tables.

A group of gay men made it clear about their feelings for Paul. Upon which, Paul replied: "Sorry mates, all The Jam are strictly hetero."
Unforgettable moment (and show- incredible performance).

1992 Raver \o/

Home of the Bernie MAC \o/

Mod 66

Magic !!!!!

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