If you are a fan of Elton John then you might have heard of his song “Come Down in Time.” This is a song that was originally released in 1970. It is from the album Tumbleweed Connection and was written by Elton John and his lyricist Bernie Taupin.
The lyrics of the song describe the way a person would feel in love with someone. This is a song about a love that is going downhill and eventually will end. The lyric describes how the person will be sad because of the upcoming separation and this is why they are not happy anymore.
One of the lyrics in the song is a reference to drugs. It is a reoccurring lyric in the song and it is also a reoccurring theme in the songs of Elton John.
Another lyric in the song is about a person being high on drugs and they are feeling that they are not in control of their life anymore. This is a common lyric in many of the songs of Elton John and it can be very powerful.
Come Down in Time is a very powerful song and it is definitely one of the best Elton John songs. It is a very emotional song and the way that it is sung by Elton is amazing. It is very popular and it has been covered by several artists. Some of the best covers include Al Kooper in 1971, Judy Collins in 1976 and Sting in 1991.