Frank Radice

Frank Radice

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Rock - Classic | Danbury, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 25,430   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 8/19/2018

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Song Description

A Folk/Rock song about life,time and the importance of love.

Story Behind the Song

Written with Cyndi Corkran in July 2015. Cyndi delivers a great vocal performance.

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Lyrics

Time at hand

Life is fleeting,
Laid upon a silver thread.
Don't worry babe,
Take my heart instead.

Our time at hand
Speaks like an old soul,
Softly walking
Along as we go.

Carrying us across
The jagged stones
Not letting us down
When we need it the most

Life is fleeting,
Oh don't you know
but there's still time
For love to grow

Our time at hand
Speaks like an old soul
Softly walking
Along as we go

Carrying us across
The jagged stones
Not letting us down
When we need it the most.

Bridge:

When will we learn?
We're never really on our own.
We're never alone.

(Instrumental Break)

I'm sleeping now
But I see you somehow.
You're stolen from the time at hand

Our time at hand
Speaks like an old soul
But there's still time
For love to grow

Lyrics: Frank Radice/Cyndi Corkran
Music: Frank Radice
Copyright 2015

Song Length
4:28
Genres
Folk - Rock, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cool, Composed

Subject Matter
Life, Existence

Similar Artists
Carole King, Linda Ronstadt
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cyndi Corkran and Frank Radice
Music Credits Frank Radice
Producer Credits Cyndi Corkran and Frank Radice
Publisher Credits Cyndi Corkran and Frank Radice
Performance Credits Cyndi Corkran and Frank Radice
Label Credits Cyndi Corkran and Frank Radice