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Having spent a few days listening to the timeless music of David Bowie, it seems fitting to re-lease this list of timeless tunes. Please let me know your favorites.

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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

update: just had to add these tunes

Time After Time by Cindy Lauper

Time Warp – Rocky Horror Picture Show

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16 comments on “Timeless tunes – updated

  1. alohaleya says:

    Synchronicity…one of my fave songs ever. The Police is probably my fave band of all time. I have such an appreciation for their/Sting’s lyrics. I would sing along as young child, but had no idea how profound the words were! 😉 Now when I listen to Synchronicity I consciously play with the timelines. It’s fun. 😀 Aleya

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    1. litebeing says:

      I love!d the Police and wanted to see them live. I did see Sting perform once. I think they were ahead of their time , hehe. How do you play with the timelines?

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      1. alohaleya says:

        I saw them live! In 2007, they kicked off their reunion tour in Vancouver. I went with my sister and it was awesome. Re the timelines it’s hard to put in the words. It’s tapping into a more expansive state and feeling all these cosmic energies converging/conspiring to rewrite the past, or arrange future connections, and heal all in between.

        Ahh it’s really hard to write about. Sting says it best: “A connecting principle, Linked to the invisible, Almost imperceptible, Something inexpressible…” 😉

        Totally agree about them being ahead of their time. Once I understood their lyrics I was amazed and appreciative that they were so mainstream in the late 70′ thru the 80s. xo

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  2. Karin says:

    I vote for Time After Time and Unchained Melody.
    I like the lyrics of Synchronicity.
    Thanks for sharing this list.
    Your obession with time and time travel is remarkable. I imagine you hopping around as the future version of yourself sometime during the night in a parallel universe.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks for sharing. Of course you like the song synchronicity. It is a great album BTW. I have been fascinated with time for so long. Maybe I was a time traveler who got stuck here and forgot I was time travelling:)

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  3. An impressive list.. and lots of my own favourites in there too…
    Have a Musical Week dear Linda.. 🙂 Love and Hugs my friend xxx
    Sue ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      Name some favorites. I like to know what you like ❤


      1. Do you want artists or actual records?.. I have many upon your list.. but love Phil Collins.. The Kinks, 🙂 any Mo-town 🙂 U2… I Love Tina Turner … My list is endless 🙂 🙂

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      2. litebeing says:

        I am asking for people to share songs they like about the topic of time, either on my list or not on my list?

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      3. In that case. I will share a favourite artist Enya.. and Only Time.. 🙂

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      4. litebeing says:

        thank you! I really like to encourage readers to get involved and share when possible 🙂

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      5. 🙂 always pleased to contribute to your posts dear Linda.. 🙂 xxx ❤

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  4. yogaleigh says:

    I’m not familiar with some of them. But Time After Time, This Magic Moment, Unchained Melody, and Brand New Day are all ones I love.

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    1. litebeing says:

      thanks for sharing your favs with us. I am very obsessed with time and apparently so are many songwriters. You may be interested in listening to some new ones on the list.


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