|"Time to Begin"|
|Single by Katie Noonan|
|from the album Skin|
|B-side||"Love's My Song for You"/"Black Hole Sun"|
"Time to Begin" is a song by Australian singer songwriter Katie Noonan. It is included on her 2007 album, Skin . The song peaked at number 30 in Australia, becoming Noonan's highest charting single to date.
The song earned Noonan a nomination for ARIA Award for Best Female Artist at the ARIA Music Awards of 2007, but lost to On a Clear Night by Missy Higgins.
A black and white music video was released to promote the song. It was directed by fifty fifty films.
Digital download (1-track)
CD single/Digital download (5144212092)
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