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File:Judas Priest - Victim Of Changes "Victim of Changes" is the first track of Judas Priest's Sad Wings of Destiny. It is a combination of two songs: the first, "Whiskey Woman", written by Al Atkins, and the second, "Red Light Lady", written by Rob Halford. It is one of Priest's classics and has been played at most of their concerts.


Victim of Changes
Album: Sad Wings of Destiny (1976)
Released: 1976
By: Judas Priest
Written by: Al Atkins, Rob Halford, K.K. Downing, Glenn Tipton

Whiskey woman don't you know that you are drivin' me insane
The liquor you give stems your will to live and gets right to my brain
Don't you know you're driving me insane
You're tryin' to find your way through life
You're tryin' to get some new direction
Another woman got her man
She won't find no new connection

Takes another drink or two, things look better when she's through

Takes another look around, you're not goin' anywhere
You've realized you're gettin' old and no one seems to care
You're tryin' to find your way again
You're tryin' to find some new...
Another woman's got her man
But she won't find a new...

Takes another drink or two, things look better when she's through

You 'bin foolin' with some hot guy
I want to know why is it why
Get up get out you know you really blew it
I've had enough, I've had enough, good God pluck me

Once she was wonderful
Once she was fine
Once she was beautiful
Once she was mine... she was mine

Now change has come over her body, she doesn't see me anymore
Now change has come over her body, she doesn't see me anymore

Changes, changes, changes, changes
Victim of changes

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