in Hard Rock The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn! June 18, 2008, 11:21 pm 1.1k Views 50 Comments The classic song from the 60s band “The Byrds” The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn! source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection The Byrds See more Previous article Overkill – Motorhead Next article The Dead Kennedys – Holiday in Cambodia 50 Comments Leave a Reply Every body remembers them with this great record in the 1960s great song from them Reply ed sullivan Reply Forrest Gump brought me here 🤗 Reply Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 Reply Song composed. By . Pete ( the river keeper ). Segar rest in Peace my Good Friend Reply 🔝 Reply Forest Gump Jenny come back to me! Reply Great sixties music the best era😃🎵👍🎵 Reply "Get a job? Were they serious?! I didn't realize it* at the time but.. A little piece of my childhood had slipped away. Forever." Reply This is a good song to get high with Reply I'm reading all the comments in Daniel Stern's voice from The Wonder Years. Reply The book of Ecclesiastes laments the trap that we fall into by living merely for the here and now, and missing the ultimate purpose of life. In chapter 1 we're effectively warned that we're slaves to our appetites – (Chapter 1 verse 8 – All things are full of labour; man cannot utter it: the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear filled with hearing.) Eyes and ears promising us gratification, demanding more pleasure, but the void within is never filled. Chapter 3 has the same morbid tone – there is a time and season for everything under heaven, and these seasons are set in stone and there's nothing you can do about it, we're at the mercy of circumstances, the shifting scenes life will continue to change whether I am ready for it or not. This song though is misleading, because you'll never imagine that Ecclesiastes is so pessimistic because the song is so cheerful and upbeat. Ecclesiastes does have a message of hope nearer to the end. Reply Weird that one of the album covers looks just like the Forrest Gump movie ad… Reply This is real music Reply WatchMojo Reply Nostalgia Reply Nostalgie wow Reply Une des plus belle époque musicale..🎸🎹🌷🌟🎤. rien a voir avec la mèrde d'aujourd'hui !🤑 Reply Such a great song. Reply Nothing in the last 20 + years gets even remotely close to this Reply This song is played in the first episode of "The Wonder Years" and I associate it with the series as much as the opening song. Reply Written by Pete Seeger back in 1950's Reply ❤️❤️❤️ Reply I know all my bros from Saigon and Vung Tau will never forget Roger and the boys called the Birds,The 60’s were great but hey when I wake up every morning kiss my wife I think about 56K that will never kiss there Wife n Husbands, I love this country and so should you.Next Veterans Day say a prayer for all our fallen heroes…please! Reply The Byrds but who is the other group? Reply ност… Reply , Reply my era Reply Who agrees that this song could've played in the end of Toy Story 4? Reply 1,714 people couldn't turn Reply Cata 2019 Reply Noche de tristeza Reply Wtf? Reply The British Birds are not the American Byrds! Reply They don't make great music like this anymore. I miss the good old days. Reply .10 The Byrds .09 Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band.08 The Rolling Stones .07 Buffalo Springfield .06 Eagles .05 Lynyrd Skynyrd .04 Dire Straits .03 Pink Floyd .02 Led Zeppelin .01 Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers Reply ECCLESIASTES 3:1-8 Words of wisdom right out of the bible. Kyrie Eleison…… Reply A melhor acústica de sempre! Reply Who remembers granny glasses? Reply 2019? Reply tendencias y modas son una mierda vivan los 60 70s Reply me? Get a job? Where they serious… Reply I really dig this music man! Reply BYRDS Reply The Holy Bible, King James Version, Ecclesiastes Ch.3, verses 1-8 Reply If it wasn't for Johnson's war in Vietnam, this would've been the best decade ever. Reply When did this song come out? Reply She shittiest time ever and it brought us the so called 68's movement with all those leftists, communists, greens who meanwhile have infiltrated politics, public service, universsties, schools, press, TV, courts and so on. Now they terrorize us with political correctnes, gender-rubbish, SJW and other trash Reply its a lovely poignant song Reply This song describes life and death, happiness, love, tragedy and everything in between Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!