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Title:
It's Time
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Ballad, Vocal
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1578 mb
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Album's title: It's Time. Genre: Pop. Label: Creative Sound ‎– CSS 1533 Type: Vinyl, LP Country: US Date of released: Category: Pop Style: Ballad, Vocal. Guitar – Tom Keene Written-By – Owens. B3. The Lord Is My Shepherd.

It's about an hour before the show starts at noon. What do we call the New Years special," one asked yesterday. Ideas were thrown around the table - 'Surveillance 2012,' 'Surveillance New Year'? "What do you think," asked Keene, addressing one of the staffers on his right. Since 2002 Tom Keene has been a fixture at Bloomberg News. He does Bloomberg Surveillance on the radio (with Ken Prewitt), he writes columns, and every day at noon he takes Surveillance to TV to discuss topics that are really moving markets.

And it's time time time And it's time time time And it's time time that you love And it's time time time. Oh and things are pretty lousy For the calendar girls The boys just dive right off the cars And splash into the street Oh and when she's on a roll She pulls a razor from her boot And a thousand pigeons Fall around her feet. So put a candle in the window And a kiss upon my lips As the dish outside the window Fills with rain Oh and just like a stranger With the weeds in your heart Pay the fiddler off Till I come back again. And it's time time time And it is time.

It's time to begin, isn't it? I get a little bit bigger but then I'll admit I'm just the same as I was Now don't you understand That I'm never changing who I am. So this is where you fell And I am left to sell The path to heaven runs through miles of clouded hell Right to the top Don't look back Turning to rags and giving the commodities a rain-check. I don't ever wanna let you down I don't ever wanna leave this town 'Cause after all This city never sleeps at night.

At the time it came out, I loved them live, and I was just completely floored by how great that record was. To this day, I listen to that record all the time. I think it’s a fucking great record. I will never stop loving it. Tales of Terror, Tales of Terror (1984) They were an extraordinary band. How many of their contemporaries would have done a song like that? That’s right, none. And that’s what sets those guys far and above the rest of them. And it’s on the same album as Black Hole Sun. Like, We do ‘Black Hole Sun,’ and we do this. That’s why they’re better than the other bands.

It's Time" is a song by American rock band Imagine Dragons, taken from the band's 2011 EP, It's Time, their major label debut EP, Continued Silence, as well as their major debut studio album, Night Visions (2012). The song's production is handled by Brandon Darner, and its lyrics describe the narrator's resistance to change in the face of great turmoil. The single was created prior to the recruitment of Daniel Platzman, and also prior to the departure of Andrew and Brittany Tolman.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 It Took A Miracle
Written-By – Peterson*
3:20
A2 Precious Lord
Soloist – Tom Keene
2:55
A3 I Don't Know How Many Times
Written By – McClure
2:15
A4 Quiet Place
Soloist – Terry StilwellWritten-By – Carmichael*
2:15
A5 I'm Following Him
Soloist – Bob StilwellWritten By – McBrien
2:22
A6 The Shepherd Of The Stars
Written-By – Peterson*
3:50
B1 Noah
Written By – HamnerWritten-By – Keene*
3:12
B2 The Illusive Dream
Guitar – Tom Keene Written-By – Owens*
2:48
B3 The Lord Is My Shepherd
Written-By – Owens*
4:19
B4 The Savior Is Waiting
Soloist – Jacque KeeneWritten-By – Carmichael*
2:52
B5 It's Time
Written By – HamnerWritten-By – Keene*
2:24

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor – Tom Keene
  • Cover [Photo], Design – Bob Cotterell, Norm Friant
  • Engineer [Recording] – Frank Kejmar
  • Producer – Jim Owens*, Paul Stilwell