Charlie Puth Dedicates New Song “Change” To Parkland Students: Listen
Charlie Puth premiered a new song from his forthcoming second studio album “Voicenotes” (May 11) on Sunday night. The brand new track was called “Change” and it featured the legendary James Taylor. Album countdown singles are nowadays released on Fridays and not Sundays but Charlie a very good reason for premiering “Change” last night. And that was because it was the day after the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. “This song is dedicated to all of the Parkland students, any lives lost to senseless gun violence, and the world”, wrote Charlie on Twitter upon releasing “Change” on digital platforms.
“Change” is a piano-guitar ballad where Charlie Puth and James Taylor sing in the lyrics about the current state of our society (“What a waste of a day / A good one dying”) and they hoping a momentous change in history will eventually come; as we all, they say, have to learn to love or at least get along each other sincerely (“But I know that the world will change / The day we know we're all the same”).
Charlie should really think of asking other artists to record a massive version of this song (maybe changing just a few lyrics here and there) and make it an official tribute to the Parkland shooting victims - with all proceeds going to the fund supporting the affected families and survivors. This song is just screaming “make me that!”.
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