"Time" as written by and Willie Mack Chambers Joseph Lamar Chambers....
Time has come today young hearts can go
Their way can't put it off another day
I don't care what others say they say we
Don't listen anyway time has come today, hey

The room has changed today I have no place to stay
I'm thinking about the subway my love has blown away
My tears have come and gone oh, Lord I got to run
I got no home no, I have no home

Now the time has come nowhere (place) to run
Might get burned up by the sun but I'll have my fun
I've been loved, pushed (put) aside I've been crushed
By tumbling tide and my soul has been psychedelicized
Now the time has come there are things to realize
Time has come today Time has come today


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"Time Has Come Today" as written by Willie Mack Chambers Joseph Lamar Chambers

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    General CommentA truly revolutionary song,an anti-establishment anthem for the young rebels of 1968.
    "Thinking about the subway,the love has gone away-thats a rejection of the adult world's mindless attitude toward work,taking the subway downtown where there is no joy or nurturance.
    "My soull has been psychedilesized",a clever way at taking a jab at the white blues afficionados and Hendrix worshippers who tok the black experience and twisted it to their own vision.
    Riverman94610on June 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentgoes sooo well with jamie thomas' part in Thrill Of It All
    Matt
    theklik999on July 30, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyes yes, i agree! have you heard a song by them called People Get Ready? its on eathan fowlers part on the new foundation vid.
    stereo fanon March 04, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe version you need to get is the 11 minute uncut version with a psychadelic solo that will rivil In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida's
    kfe2on February 04, 2006   Link

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