Sandra Palmer

(My) Lost Time
Looking for my lost time
It was here just a moment ago
My lost time
I'm wondering what I have to show
My lost time
I'm desperate to find it again
My lost time
But I don't know where to begin

I thought I was keeping track of it
A situation well in hand
And now I can feel the lack of it
Lost time wasn't part of the plan

Looking for my lost time
I turned around and then it was gone
My lost time
I thought that it would always go on
My lost time
I think I must accept the fact
My lost time
Is never going to find it's way back

Short Song Description:
As we grow older, we realize that we haven't wasted time, as much as we seem to have simply "lost" time.
Long Song Description:
As we get older we tend toward rumination more frequently. Most basically happy people realize that they haven't really wasted their time, they just simply lost track of it over the years and wonder where it went.
Story Behind the Song:
I was driving along and thinking about how time seems to have really picked up speed and that this seems to be a universal perception among people over 30.
Lyric Credits: Sandra Palmer
Music Credits: Sandra Palmer
Producer Credits: Sandra Palmer
Publisher Credits: Buffalo Kitten
Performance Credits: Sandra Palmer
Label Credits: Buffalo Kitten
Song Length: 3:12
Primary Genre: Rock-Alternative
Secondary Genre: Rock-Indie/Low-Fi
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Regret
Subject Matter 2: Age, Aging
Mood 1: Composed
Mood 2: Passive
Similar Artist 1: Sheryl Crow
Similar Artist 2: Shawn Colvin
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later