Timeless tunes

By Marie-Lan Nguyen (Own work) [CC-BY-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons
Clock of the Torre dell’Orologio, piazza San Marco, Venice


After finishing my last post, I wanted to share some songs that capture different dimensions of time such as reincarnation, living in the moment, altered time, and timelessness.  Some are old classics, some more current.  enjoy!!


Time Passages by Al Stewart

Closing Time by Semisonic

Synchronicity by The Police

Deja Vu by Dionne Warwick

Time by Pink Floyd

Just In Time by Nina Simone

This Magic Moment by The Drifters

Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers

It’s My Life by Bon Jovi

A Moment Like This by Kelly Clarkson

Live Like You Were Dying by Tim McGraw

Time Has Come Today by The Chambers Brothers

Back In Time by Huey Lewis and The News

Brand New Day by Sting


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clock image by By Marie-Lan Nguyen (Own work) [CC-BY-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons

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  6. I visit with a close friend a couple times a month. While we have known each other for years, and relied on each other through good and bad, it is only recently that we have been able to spend time together on a consistent basis. We are the same age, from the same state, even share the same name. (Our lives are remarkably parallel.) I rarely listen to music, but we do at her house. Suddenly I asked if she had Carol King’s “Tapestry” – it had been on my mind for a few days. She did, but said her husband had the vinyl album packed away in one of the closets. I started going through the stack of albums, and on the third time through – there it was – Tapestry. I wasn’t surprised. She was. I must have known it was there. She thinks I brought it to be there. Either way – music is powerful for memories. 🙂


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