One Direction “Night Changes” Sounds Like a Lot of Songs

One Direction vs. The Sscript vs. Bruce Springsteen

I keep telling myself that I’m done posting about One Direction on this site but they just keep coming. Here’s a taste of one of their new singles “Night Changes”. As you can see from the photo above The Boss and the dude from The Script don’t seem to happy.

One Direction - "Night Changes" (2014)
The Script - "I’m Yours" (2008)
Bruce Springsteen - "You’ll Be Comin’ Down" (2007)
Whitney Houston - "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" (1987)

UPDATE 2/2/2015
Darren suggests the following track by Danish metal band Volbeat and I have to agree. Thanks!

Volbeat - "Heaven Nor Hell" (2010)

 

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28 thoughts on “One Direction “Night Changes” Sounds Like a Lot of Songs

  1. avatarH.D. Bruton

    Wow. I mean, wow. I didn’t think I could hate One Direction any more after their blatant Who ripoff, but… no.

    No, no, no.

    One Direction, you do NOT mess with the boss!

    Ugh… I’m going to bed.

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    Keith Reply:

    :)

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    daveyboy Reply:

    Blue, red and grey, right???

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    Mia Reply:

    Bruce is no saint either. I hear a lot of melodies from other songs in his work going back decades.

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  2. avatarMark Adams

    This and Where Do Broken Hearts Go? could suggest the songwriters like Whitney, plus I found out where broken hearts go, a website stated they go to Heartbreak Hotel.

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  3. avatarTravis

    i swear scripts is like something else..

    and one direction and springsteen both are like something else to…

    really throwing the brain in overdrive trying to figure it out..

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    Travis Reply:

    ugh.. scripts is a slower version of something.. i wanna say.. something in country genre…

    cant believe i havent figured it out yet…

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    Ben Reply:

    I know something country it’s driving me crazy. Something with the word changes in it maybe?

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    Roger Reply:

    Yaz- only you

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  4. avatarTravis

    heres one that made court

    the verve: bittersweet symphony

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lyu1KKwC74

    andrew oldham orchestra: the last time

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVuh1Ymve2I

    andrew oldham orchestra had credited there version to the rolling stones:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM2b9CcH1KM

    the verve did have permission to sample the orchestra version..

    however.. it was successfully argued that the verve took too much and therefore the verve lost 100% rights to bittersweet symphony..

    literally lost 100% rights to it..

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    Keith Reply:

    Oh yeah.. I could’ve sworn I posted this before but have not yet. It should’ve been up there with my Vanilla Ice post when I started the site :)

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  5. avatarBen

    Viva La Vida – Cold Play

    “I hear Jerusalem bells are ringing
    Roman Cavalry choirs are singing
    Be my mirror, my sword and shield
    My missionaries in a foreign field”

    Maybe?

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  6. avatarJake

    YAZ- Only You
    It’s the oldest of all the songs listed.

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    AnnaLayLa Reply:

    Yes! I totally agree with you! I was about to post the same song

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  7. avatarSwiperTheFox

    “Hey, mister tambourine man…

    Play a song for me…”

    That’s what it seems to have grown out of to me.

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    Keith Reply:

    Good one!

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