Todd Rundgren- Change Myself





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Published on Jun 1, 2010

from his 1991 release " 2nd Wind"-Warner Bros Records. I do not own the copyright to this.

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jessica willis
I heard change myself for the 2nd time and it moves me and makes me feel good.  I saw you Todd, in concert about 5 times.  Always in Cleveland Ohio, once you faked the crowd and pulled your limosene out front of the Odean.  The crowd thought you would come out and sign autographs, and you were already in the limo, and pulled away.  Of course they were always excellent shows in Cleveland that I saw in concert.  In my and my husbands opinion you are the God of music and writings songs that really keep me happy and balanced. You are the coolest guy ever.  I also enjoy you on Daryls house the many songs you sing with him and other musicians listen to it almost every other day.  God Bless and Keep on coming to Cleveland.
william greg
I listened to this album for 2 months straight before I moved to Phoenix, AZ from TX. I think it helped me to make the move. He is a God of the music world! I was lucky to meet him just walking arounf Vegas when he was with the New Cars. The coolest guy ever!
Reiner Jablonowski
One of the best voices I've ever heard. I've got him out of my mind for so many years. Shame on me.
Lenny Jenkins
Saw him on the 2nd Wind tour in New Orleans.INCREDIBLE! This was like a "self help" album. <3 Todd!
Chris Treacy
3.10 to 3.50 might be the best bit of beautiful Todd music ever, love that change in chord or whatever it is, sends shivers...
sara cheri
I especially love the first few chords of this song...so original and exiting to hear..so Todd!
Greg Cornett
Its about anger issues we all have
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ben anglin
I'm a fan since 1975, and so many of these YouTube posts are new and unknown pieces to me. Damn, it's fantastic to have so much undiscovered Todd to enjoy. It's also funny to realize how much of his music I didn't appreciate 30 years ago, like all the 18 year old girls around me, that I wasn't appreciating, either...
This videos missing a couple million views 
John Vollmar
Happy Birthday Todd!
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