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Your Time Hasn't Come Yet Baby

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Words & Music: Hirschhorn/ Kasha
Your time hasn't come yet baby
You got a lot of dreams to go
Your time hasn't come yet baby
But when it does your heart will know

You're gonna be a beautiful woman
Because you're such a beautiful child
And when you start to bloom
Just like a rose in June
I bet the schoolboys all go wild, but right now

Your time hasn't come yet baby
You got a few dreams to go
Your time hasn't come yet baby
When it does your heart will know

Your life's still a lollipop heaven
Your teddy bear's at the foot of your bed
The little boy next door who only makes you sore
Is gonna some day turn your head but right now

Your time hasn't come yet baby
You got a few dreams to go
Your time hasn't come yet baby
When it does your heart will know

You're gonna grow over night into a lady
With a devastating smile
And then a lucky guy will see you
And wanna walk you down the aisle, but meanwhile

Your time hasn't come yet baby
You got a few dreams to go
Your time hasn't come yet baby
When it does your heart will know
When it does your heart will know
When it does your heart will know
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Recorded: 1967/06/20, first released on single

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Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 31, 2013report abuse
A very pleasant album movie track but not single material back in 1968. The other side Let Yourself Go should have been heavily promoted and that given the right circumstances would have been a major hit. Disregarding that fact this is a track I don't skip and is worth 3 1/2 stars.
sugartummy (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 3, 2013report abuse
Definitely not his worst track, but I can't call it good either.
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 21, 2010report abuse
Not all was so golden for music purists in 1967 - The Monkees (who I enjoy, but most "purists" turn up their noses to them) were the biggest selling album artists (spending 28 weeks at #1 on the U.S. LP chart); The unbearable single, "Windy" by the Association was #1 for four weeks and the equally bad "To Sir With Love" by Lulu #1 for five weeks and the number one record of the year. A bad duet by Frank and Nancy Sinatra was #1 for four weeks. The Supremes hit #1 again with two songs that sounded identical to their last dozen hits and "Ode To Billy Joe" is one of the worst songs to ever hit #1. Of course, "Speedway" and this song were released in 1968 and this song is a nice, enjoyable listen and even managed to spend more weeks in the Top 40 than it's U.S. A-side, "Let Yourself Go". This song is featured in a very cute scene in the movie as Elvis sings to an adorable little girl. I am glad Elvis recorded this song as opposed to several songs that hit #1 in '68. "Honey" and "Harper Valley PTA" to name two.
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on May 15, 2009report abuse
Year 1967: Procol Harum – Whiter shade of Pale; The Doors – Light My fire; The Beatles – Srgt. Pepper; Merle Haggard – I’m a lonesome fugitive; Pink Floyd; The Pipers at the Gates…; Jimmi Hendrix - Are you experienced?; The Tremeloes – Silence is Golden; Bobbie Gentry – An Ode to Billie Joe; …. With all those songs and albums how can we comment about “Your time hasn’t come yet baby” and Speedway. It’s the lowest Elvis went. A True Shame for me, as a fan.
derekd (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
Not one that I usually skip. Certainly an improvement on Long Legged Girl & Love Machine. Just a hint of what was around the corner.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
Not bad. I imagine that if this came out in 1962-63 it would have been a much bigger hit. Yes, the times & music had changed too much by the time this came out and Let Yourself Go would have been a much better A side.
sitdown68 (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
yes, a fine ditty. lovely melody.
old shep (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
One of the better soundtrack songs to emerge from the plethora of sub standard recordings which had been the norm for many of Elvis' films. The record did reasonably well in the UK on it's release and even got those all important radio plays too.
My boy, my boy (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
Very cute song...I never skip that one. As a child melody, it sounds way better than "Confidence".
bajo (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2009report abuse
I've always liked this one! Actually the single b/w Let Yourself Go was one of the better soundtrack singles released during the last half of the sixties. Thing is that times were different when it came out. As isolated soundtrack material it's ok! Over the years I've also come to like Who Are You? more and more.
dgirl (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 27, 2009report abuse
One of only 2 good songs from Speedway, the other being Let Yourself Go which should have been the A side on this single.
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