- "Yesterday" by The Beatles. John Lennon and Paul McCartney's song is about the sudden appearance of time. When you aren't looking, suddenly you are older.
- "Fast" by Luke Bryan. We can't get to where we are going fast enough until we realize how much we want the moment to last. Then everything speeds by faster and faster.
- "Grew Up Slower" by Dylan Schneider. Wild but free is the theme of youth. Longing for that feeling when you’re older is the same disease every adult contracts.
- "Time" by Pink Floyd. This iconic Pink Floyd song is about how we're all guilty of wasting time. Then, when it's too late, we're all guilty of wishing we had more of it.
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Apr 27, 2020 · The greatest minds of our time tell us that time is relative. It’s true – we all experience time differently. But if there’s one thing that’s true about time, it’s that it only moves forward. We can’t go back and change the past. It’s no surprise, then, that there are so many great songs about what many consider to be the most precious resource in existence. Let’s explore 29 ...
Apr 17, 2020 · Songs About Time: In time it could have been so much more The time is precious I know In time it could have been so much more The time has nothing to show. Because time won’t give me time And time makes lovers feel Like they’ve got something real But you and me we know They’ve got nothing but time And time won’t give me time Won’t ...
- Time - Pink Floyd. "And then one day you find 10 years have got behind you, no one told you when to run" - BrianScott01. Time is even called "Time," so it is definitely about time.
- Cats In the Cradle - Harry Chapin. About his son getting old quick, one of the best songs of all time. - BrianScott01.
- Old Man - Neil Young. Tells a story about Neil getting old. "I've been first and last, look at how the time goes past" - BrianScott01.
- Wheel of Time - Blind Guardian. One of the best songs I have ever heard. Truly impressive musicianship. And it's a new song, 2010. - Metal_Treasure. Absoulte Masterpiece - christangrant.
- Time’ by Pink Floyd. Number One on our list. Maybe because the title consists of our keyword but more likely because the craftsmanship of this piece is simply godlike.
- Times They Are A-Changin’ by Bob Dylan. One of the tens of hundreds (if not thousands) of songs written (this one in 1964) by they last year’s Nobelist, on which he foretells the change that the world will soon undergo.
- Child in Time’ by Deep Purple. Deep Purple is the band that together with Led Zeppelin shaped the face of heavy metal and modern hard rock. However, they started as a progressive rock band, and the music that you can hear on their albums is not as heavy as you may think.
- Summertime’ by Janis Joplin. Actually, this is the oldest song on this list. However, the version presented here comes from the 1960s. It was composed in 1934 by George Gershwin and quickly became a jazz standard.
This Is The Time by Billy Joel My Back Pages by Bob Dylan, also The Byrds Right Place, Wrong Time by Dr. John Color My World by Chicago Time Is On My Side by The Rolling Stones Time Won't Let Me by The Outsiders (I've Had the) Time of My Life by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes Nick of Time by Bonnie Raitt Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper
Mar 19, 2020 · “Time” is a topic often explored by artists, although it doesn’t even hold a candle to “love.” However, “time” is Elizabeth Doerr's topic, so her ears perk up when she catches a particularly poignant song about it. Recently, she has begun to think a bit more about these songs as both they and she (gracefully) age. Here she shares five cool songs about time with some background.
As a song, “Time” is also justly regarded as a classic for its revolutionary approach to songwriting and music production; ensconced in the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London during the heady days of 1972 and 1973, Pink Floyd utilized many ideas from the musique concrète movement to build an unforgettable atmosphere on songs like “Time.”
New York natives The Strokes love to drone on about time. Their songs 'last nite' 'someday' and 'the modern age' are all in some way related to the empirical measurement of space between events and the quantifiable motion of objects. This time though,(if you'll excuse the pun) Julian Casablancas has chosen to write about a very specific minute.