"time its time" as written by Mark David Hollis and Timothy Alan Friese-greene....
Nobody knows how long
Rustling leaves unrhyme
Lullaby breeze unsung
Babel of dreams
Unwinds in memory

As bad as bad becomes
It's not a part of you
And love is only sleeping
Wrapped in neglect

Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live through the pain
Time it's time to live
Now that it's all over
Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live through the pain
Now that it's over,
Now that it's over

Kissing a grey garden
Shadow and shade
Sunlight treads softly

As bad as bad becomes
It's not a part of you
Contempt is ever breeding
Trapped in itself

Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live through the pain
Time it's time to live
Now that it's all over
Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live through the pain
Now that it's over,
Now that it's over,
Now that it's over

As bad as bad becomes
It's not a part of you
The wicked and the weeping
Ramble or run

Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live for living
Time it's time to live
Now that it's all over
Time it's time to live,
Time it's time to live for living
Time it's time to live
Now that it's all over

Now that it's over,
Now that it's over

Now that it's over

Now that it's over

Rest your head


Lyrics submitted by CharmingMan

"Time It's Time" as written by Timothy Alan Friese-greene Mark David Hollis

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    General CommentMy personal favourite of their body of songs.
    The vocal mix of the song is slightly disappointing - the melody is great, especially the last part chord change which is brilliant.
    The song embraces the feelings of moving on..
    CharmingManon November 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNow that it's over...

    Really one of their best. So many things done here that most other rock bands would neglect entirely.
    degree7on December 14, 2009   Link

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