There'll Be Some Changes Made

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"There'll Be Some Changes Made"
Published 1921
Composer Benton Overstreet
Lyricist William Blackston
Language English

"There'll Be Some Changes Made" is a popular song with music by Benton Overstreet and lyrics by William Blackstone[1] published in 1921. The song is a jazz standard, with many recordings having been made.

Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler recorded a parody version in 1990 which references the Dire Straits song Money for Nothing, particularly the line "Money for nothin' and chicks for free".

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