changed my mind

(I) changed my mind.

I have reversed my previous decision or statement. Tom: I thought you were going to Atlanta today. Bill: I changed my mind. I'm leaving tomorrow. Mary: I thought that this room was going to be done in red. Sue: I changed my mind.
See also: change, mind
References in classic literature ?
You asked me if I had changed my mind about you, Ralph," she said.
Hesitating a moment on the threshold I changed my mind as to entering, and departed unnoticed.
After the Shadow Cabinet approved the move yesterday, he said: "I have changed my mind but I haven't changed my mind on the principles of what the charter is standing for, which is we need to tackle the deficit.
But I have changed my mind on the parliamentary tactics.
He said: "I was angry at myself because I changed my mind.
But then I changed my mind, which is my prerogative.
Even though I paid for the [hotel room in Mexico], when I got to the room and changed my mind, I had a right to change my mind.
I've never really changed my mind during the course of the last few months and have decided I want to see my kids grow up.
I used to be a firm believer in capital punishment for murder but after a lot of people were wrongly convicted I changed my mind.
A: New scientific evidence is what changed my mind, and I was not wrong about the approach I took to recommending vitamins.
He said: 'I've never really changed my mind during the course of the last few months and have decided I want to see my kids grow up.