Claire Ulanoff

Claire Ulanoff

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,054   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

I'm the same person I was when you thought I was hot, so don't try to change me.

Story Behind the Song

The idea came from an episode of "ER" on tv where one of the characters told the man she was dating that she was fine the way she was, flaws and all, and didn't need "fixing" because she wasn't broken.

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(Claire Ulanoff/Ronnie Harrison)

It?s so funny baby how the very same things
You first loved about me, now you want to change
You say it?s understood it?s for my own good
Well don?t try to make me into somebody else
Don?t try to save me from myself...

I don?t need fixin? ?cause I?m not broken
There?s nothing missin?, I?m fully focused
On what I want my life to be
Nobody knows that better than me
If this is gonna work baby listen...
I don?t need fixing

Wouldn?t we be boring if I lost that fire
If I?m not your lover, just a Stepford wife
We might as well give up ?cause baby that?s not love
Well don?t try to make me into somebody else
Don?t try to save me from myself...


You can take the woman that I am
It can?t be that hard to understand
If you loved me then, baby you can again


Song Length
Country - Rock, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Relationship

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Claire Ulanoff, Ronnie Harrison
Music Credits Ronnie Harrison
Producer Credits Ronnie Harrison
Performance Credits Jennifer Dixon