"Time for Me to Fly" is a song by American rock band REO Speedwagon, released in 1978 as the second single from the album “You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can't Tuna Fish”. It was written by lead singer Kevin Cronin and took 10 years to write. The song originally reached number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100, but later reached number 34 on the Digital Songs chart after being used in Netflix's Ozark. It also reached number 90 on the Canadian charts. The song has a BPM of 81 BPM and plays in 4/4 time signature. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
"Every Time I Think of You" is a song written by Jack Conrad and Raymond Kennedy and released in 1979 as the lead single from The Babys' third studio album “Head First”. John Waite provided lead vocals featuring female vocals by Myrna Matthews. The track was a worldwide hit, and became their last top 20 in the United States. I hope you enjoy my interpretation.
Late Summer, set in a waterfront town, is the story of a young man coping with the passing of another tourist season. It paints a landscape of sights, sounds and smells populated by a crowded beach, juxtaposed against the lonely backdrop of a late summer sunset, a calm sea, and a quieter beach. As he walks a line between the sand and the sea, he is aware of the opposing forces beckoning him, and he ponders – Should he suffer the scorching sand, or brave the waves of the ocean?