Time Being (Ron Sexsmith album)

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Time Being
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 12, 2006
Genre Rock
Label V2 Records
Producer Mitchell Froom
Ron Sexsmith chronology
Destination Unknown
Time Being
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Time Being is the tenth studio album by Ron Sexsmith, released in 2006. It was produced by Mitchell Froom.

Track listing

All songs written by Ronald Eldon Sexsmith.

  1. "Hands of Time" – 3:16
  2. "Snow Angel" – 3:54
  3. "All in Good Time" – 3:35
  4. "Never Give Up" – 3:41
  5. "I Think We're Lost" – 2:57
  6. "Reason for Our Love" – 3:10
  7. "Cold Hearted Wind" – 3:40
  8. "Jazz at the Bookstore" – 3:29
  9. "Ship of Fools" – 3:10
  10. "The Grim Trucker" – 2:59
  11. "Some Dusty Things" – 2:38
  12. "And Now the Day Is Done" – 4:21

Japanese bonus tracks

  1. "Snow Angel" (live)
  2. "And Now the Day Is Done" (live)
  3. "Jazz at the Bookstore" (live)
  4. "Ship of Fools" (live)

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