The Zombies - Time Of The Season




"Time of the Season" is a song by the British rock band the Zombies, featured on their 1968 album Odessey and Oracle. It was written by keyboard player Rod Argent and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in August 1967.


"Time of the Season" is frequently used in pop culture to represent the era of its release. It is featured in the films 1969, Awakenings, A Walk on the Moon, and Riding the Bullet, all of which depict 1969, The Conjuring, which depicts 1971, and in All the Money in the World, which depicts 1973. The Zombies and "Time of the Season", as well as "She's Not There", are intensively used in Thomas Vinterberg's Dear Wendy (2006).






Lyrics


It's the time of the season

When love runs high

And this time, give it to me easy

And let me try with pleasured hands


To take you in the sun to (promised lands)

To show you every one

It's the time of the season for loving


What's your name?

Who's your daddy?

(He rich) Is he rich like me?

Has he taken, any time (any time)

(To show) to show you what you need to live


Tell it to me slowly (tell me what)

I really want to know

It's the time of the season for loving


What's your name?

Who's your daddy?

(He rich) Is he rich like me?

Has he taken, any time (any time)

(To show) to show you what you need to live


Tell it to me slowly (tell me what)

I really want to know

It's the time of the season for loving



Songwriters: Rod Argent





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