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Elvis SongPedia: Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby

Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby




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Basic Stats

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Written by: Joel Hirschhorn, Al Kasha

Recorded: June 20, 1967, MGM Studios, Hollywood
Released master is take 6.

Single:w/ "Let Yourself Go", 47-9547, May 21, 1968
Also re-released as Gold Standard Series, 447-0666, December 1970

Highest U.S. Charts Positions:
#50 on Billboard's Country Chart
#65 on Cash Box Top 100
#72 on Billboard's Hot 100

1st LP release:
- May 1968
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Most of Elvis' film soundtracks contained at least one "kid's song", a tune Elvis' character sings to a child, and Speedway was no exception. "Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby" wasn't meant to be a chart-topper, just thrown in to go with a movie scene. It's surprising that it did as well as it did in the charts, but in the end it's just a mediocre novelty tune on the flip side of a pretty good movie single. On a side note, the songwriters, Hirschhorn and Kasha, are better known for penning "The Morning After" from The Poseidon Adventure. This was the only song of theirs Elvis recorded.

Other Spins

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"Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby" can only justify its soft, bouncy existence by the story of the film.

Robert Matthew-Walker, Elvis Presley: A Study in Music icon, 1979




From Speedway, a short track for the children.

Martin Torgoff, The Complete Elvis, 1982




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"Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby" Lyrics and Downloads

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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