As Cher would say, ‘Turn Back Time’ one hour on Sunday

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You can do a little time traveling on Sunday.

At 2:00 a.m., turn the clock back an hour.

Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2:00 a.m., giving everyone an extra hour of sleep.

Or, you could wait and “hold on” to your extra hour, stay on Daylight Saving Time, and turn the clock back when you want or need the extra 60 minutes.

It’s a neat idea, but a little difficult to execute in the real world where all the clocks, after Sunday morning, would be an hour behind your clock.

In any event, Sunday at 2:00 a.m. is the time we “fall back,” for the next 126 days.

On March 10, 2019, Daylight Saving Time will return.

In the meantime, for your enjoyment, here are a dozen classic pop songs about time:

“If I Could Turn Back Time,” by Cher

“Time,” by Pink Floyd

“Time Is On My Side,” by The Rolling Stones

“Time After Time,” by Cyndi Lauper

“Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is,” by Chicago

“Time In A Bottle,” by Jim Croce

“Long Time,” by Boston

“By The Time I Get To Phoenix,” by Glen Campbell

“Killin’ Time,” by Clint Black

“Time Passages,” by Al Stewart

“Time Of The Season,” by The Zombies

“Party All The Time,” by Eddie Murphy

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