"Can't Change Me" is the only single released from Chris Cornell's solo album, Euphoria Morning. A music video was produced for the song. Its filming was showcased in an episode of MTV's Making the Video.
"Can't Change Me" was released in early 1999 and turned out to be the biggest hit from the album commercially and the song had strong chart positions. "Can't Change Me" was the first Cornell single to chart but in late 1998 "Sunshower" charted in the US on the Modern and Mainstream chart. "Can't Change Me's" peak on the Mainstream rock Tracks was 5 and on the Modern Rock Tracks its peak was 7. The song also charted in the UK where its peak was 62 and became a minor hit outside the US.
Greg Tate of Rolling Stone said this about the song "Can't Change Me," is as rhapsodically gorgeous as pop gets, putting a spin on true love that any reprobate slacker can relate to: "She's going to change the world/But she can't change me/Suddenly I can see everything that's wrong with me/But what can I do?/I'm the only thing I really have at all." Cornell unveils a desire to be reckoned with as an openly wounded and unabashedly portentous rock balladeer."
A music video directed by Johan Renck was produced for the song.
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