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Songs to Invoke Time

Episode 8
Songs to Invoke Time


  • Sign o' the Times

    Performed by Prince

    "Sign o' the Times" is the lead single from Prince's 1987 album of the same name. The song was written and composed on a Sunday, when Prince usually wrote his most introspective songs.


  • Praying for Time

    Performed by George Michael

    "Praying for Time" is a song written and performed by George Michael, released on Epic Records in the United Kingdom and Columbia Records in the United States in 1990. It spent one week in the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100.


  • Time and Chance

    Performed by Color Me Badd

    "Time and Chance" the title track from platinum-selling R&B quartet Color Me Badd's second full-length studio album. Released in 1993, it was an extremely versatile album. The album received high praise from critics.


  • Time Has Come Today

    Performed by The Chambers Brothers

    "Time Has Come Today" is a hit single by the soul group The Chambers Brothers. The single spent five weeks at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the fall of 1968. It is considered one of the landmark rock songs of the psychedelic era.


  • I Can't Make It on Time

    Performed by Ramones

    "I Can't Make It on Time" is a song performed by Ramones.


  • Time After Time

    Performed by Cyndi Lauper

    "Time After Time" is a song by singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper. It was recorded by Lauper for her debut studio album, "She's So Unusual" (1983). It was the second single to be released from the album and became Lauper's first #1 hit in the United States.


  • Just Gets Better With Time

    Performed by The Whispers

    "Just Gets Better With Time" is a song from the album of the same name, released in 1987, by American R&B/Soul group The Whispers.


  • Ever Changing Times

    Performed by Arthea Franklin with Michael McDonald

    "Ever Changing Times" is a song performed by Aretha Franklin with Michael McDonald, released in 1991.


  • Speak Low (When You Speak, Love)

    "Speak Low" (1943) is a popular song composed by Kurt Weill, with lyrics by Ogden Nash. It was introduced by Mary Martin and Kenny Baker in the Broadway musical One Touch of Venus (1943). The 1944 hit single was by Guy Lombardo and his orchestra.




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