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Becca Nash

Time Again by Becca Nash

When only eyes have met,
But the glance feels like a lifetime
Broken roads and stories untold
Now seem all just fine
Broken lights and crowds
Make the room feel cold and empty
I feel your hand grow close to mine,
And know you’re here with me

Time again, time and time again,
Teach me how to feel alright
Time again, time and time again,
All of the time
All the time, spent with someone new
Taught me you don’t need time
All the time, spent not knowing you,
I was just waiting

Opening your hand
To the one that’s standing near you
Seems so easy when your heart
Hasn’t got a clue
It takes a heart that strong
To believe love when it hurts you
But love is kind and comes from people
Despite if it is new

Time again, time and time again,
Teach me how to feel alright
Time again, time and time again,
All of the time
All the time, spent with someone new
Taught me you don’t need time
All the time, spent not knowing you,
I was just waiting

“Time Again” speaks of hope after heartbreak. Two probing verses in the minor mode open into a more promising and uplifting chorus in the major mode, where added vocal melodies, coupled with the shift in harmony, underscore the song’s overall message of resilience. Musical influences include Ingrid Michaelson and Sara Bareilles.

Becca Nash, lead vocals; Emily Ehler, background vocals; Matt Allen, piano; Butch Rovan, guitar and bass

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