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Time lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
most if not all us seniors can relate to the lyrics in this song
recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Time Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Shel Silverstein [3/4 time]
G D7 Ain't the snow falling just a bit deeper these days G Ain't they're building the stairs a bit steeper these days C D7 G And the town's really changing in so many ways it's time time
D7 The young folks you're growing uncommonly tall G And the newspaper print is becoming so small C D7 G And folks talk so soft you can barely hear at all it's time just time
D7 Jokes aren't as witty as the old jokes once were G And the girls ain't half as pretty as I remember her C D7 G And today on the bus a grown man called me sir it's time just time
D7 You know I ain't quite as anxious for fame or success G And my eye finds the girl in the plain simple dress C D7 G And I cling a bit longer to each warm caress that's time just time
D7 So it takes a bit longer to walk up a hill G What of it but my life now is much more fulfilled C But they're tearing down the buildings that I watched them build D7 G It's time time
D7 You’ll get there too if you stay healthy G It’s like I say if you live long enough you get old
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