I Wouldn’t Change A Thing - Adam Toms

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Adam Toms

I Wouldn’t Change A Thing

from the Rich Man album.

When ADAM TOMS wrote I Wouldn’t Change A Thing about his first born boy Mitchel, he thought he and his wife were just going through the classic ‘terrible two’s’ and, in many ways, they were. Adam even considered the track a bit of a novelty song and it was only because of all the positive feedback from parents at his shows relating to it so much that he decided to include it on his Rich Man album. MATT FELL provided beautiful production on the track and the rest, as they say, is history! In November 2013, Mitchel was diagnosed with Autism, which helped explain a lot about why the ‘terrible two’s’ were so big for Adam and his wife Jo. Teaming up with Autism Spectrum Australia, Adam is committed to raising money for this great organisation and increasing awareness for all things ‘Autism’, using this song as perfect inspiration.