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Sing a song, does anybody really knows what time IT is?
Текст песни: As I was walking down the street one day A man came up to me and asked me what The time was that was on my watch, yeah And I said.
Текст и перевод песни Chicago - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" is a song by the rock band Chicago. It was included on their 1969 debut album Chicago Transit Authority and released as a single in 1970. The song was written and sung by Robert Lamm. According to Robert Lamm, "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" was the first song recorded for their debut album. The song was not released as a single until two tracks from the band's second album, "Make Me Smile" and "25 or 6 to 4", had become hits.
A track from Chicago's first album, this is an example of an early song featuring their horn section of Walter Parazaider, James Pankow and Lee Loughnane. It's also an example of a very cerebral lyric which asks the kind of existential question commonly posited in the '60s. The song stresses the importance of taking time to appreciate the small pleasures in life instead of rushing from one place to another against the clock. Chicago singer and keyboard player Robert Lamm wrote this song and sang lead. I walked by a movie theater and there was an usher standing outside taking a cigarette break. I said to him, 'Hey man, what time is it?' and he said, 'Does anybody really know what time it is?' I remembered that when I was trying to write this sort of Beatle-esque shuffle and just explore the idea of 'Does anybody really know what time it is?'"
Care) Does anybody really care? (about time) If so, I can't imagine why (Oh no, no) We've all got time enough to cry. And I was walking down the street one day A pretty lady looked at me And said her diamond watch had stopped cold dead And I said. The song received a sequel of sorts, as Chicago’s next album (Chicago II) features 25 or 6 to 4. While the song has nothing to do with this one, the song’s title has been stated by its composer (Robert Lamm) as an answer to DARKWTII; 3:35 or 3:34. Twenty-five or six minutes until 4 o'clock). Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" Track Info. Written By Robert Lamm.
Type EP. Data de lançamento 04 Novembro 1970. Labels Columbia Records. Estilo de MúsicaJazz Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? 2. Listen.
However, in Canada, where it charted higher, it is ranked as both the 59th biggest hit of 1970 and the 37th biggest hit of 1971. The original uncut album version opens with a brief "free form" piano solo performed by Lamm. A spoken verse by Lamm is mixed into the sung final verse of the album version. The single version does not include the "free form" intro, and was originally mixed and issued in mono.
have no time to look around. just run around, run around and think why. does anybody really know what time it is. i don't. does anybody really care. The Top of lyrics of this CD are the songs "Questions 67 & 68" - "25 or 6 to 4" - "Does Anybody Really Know What Tim" - "Make Me Smile" - "Beginnings" -. Look Chicago biography and discography with all his recordings
|1||Geronimo's Cadillac Michael Martin Murphey||Misfit Toys||5:39|
|2||Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Robert Lamm||Misfit Toys||3:58|
|3||Alone Again (Naturally) Raymond O. Sullivan||Misfit Toys||4:48|
|4||Living For the City Stevie Wonder||Misfit Toys||5:38|
|5||Boston Marathon Gary Burton||Misfit Toys||5:06|
|6||Ironman Geezer Butler / Tony Iommi / Ozzy Osbourne / Bill Ward||Misfit Toys||7:02|
|7||Drugs Introduction Dan Moore / Robert Paredes||Misfit Toys||1:46|
|8||Drugs David Byrne / Brian Eno||Misfit Toys||5:18|
|9||Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree Russell Brown / Irwin Levine||Misfit Toys||6:14|
|10||Hello It's Me Todd Rundgren||Misfit Toys||5:19|
|11||Mama Told Me Not To Come Randy Newman||Misfit Toys||3:41|
|12||Green-Eyed Lady Jerry Corbetta / John C. Phillips, Jr. / Dave Riordan||Misfit Toys||5:51|
|13||Grand Illusion Dennis DeYoung||Misfit Toys||4:38|
|14||Bless The Beasts and Children Perry Botkin, Jr. / Barry De Vorzon||Misfit Toys||5:22|
CreditsPerry Botkin, Jr. - Composer
Russell Brown - Composer
Gary Burton - Composer
Geezer Butler - Composer
David Byrne - Composer
Jerry Corbetta - Composer
Barry De Vorzon - Composer
Dennis DeYoung - Composer
Paul Elwood - Banjo, Bowed Banjo, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Brian Eno - Composer
Matt Grundstad - Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Tony Iommi - Composer
Robert Lamm - Composer
Irwin Levine - Composer
Misfit Toys - Primary Artist
Dan Moore - Bells, Composer, Keyboards, Liner Notes, Loops, Marimba, Percussion, Percussion (Brazilian), Programming, Vibraphone, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Michael Martin Murphey - Composer
Randy Newman - Composer
Ozzy Osbourne - Composer
Robert Paredes - Clarinet, Composer, Vocals
John C. Phillips, Jr. - Composer
Dave Riordan - Composer
Todd Rundgren - Composer
Raymond O. Sullivan - Composer
Bill Ward - Composer
Mark Weiger - Horn (English), Oboe
Matt Wilson - Drums, Loops, Percussion, Piano, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Stevie Wonder - Composer