Who Sang Bad Timing? Blue Rodeo

Blue Rodeo Five Days in July cover art

Some other versions of "Bad Timing"
Credits
release date: 1993
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country Rock
length: 5:10
producer: Blue Rodeo
mixer: John Whynot
recording engineer: Peter Hamilton and Doug McClement
assistant mixer: John Rodd
Hey it's me what a big surprise
Calling you up from a restaurant
Around the bend
I just got in from way up north
I'm aching tired now
And I could use a friend
I might be a fool
To think that you do
Want to see me again
It's been awhile since I talked to you
Nothing wrong
Just nothing ever goes as planned
Many times I thought I'd call
I didn't have your number in my hand
I know it's true
You'd never do
The same thing to me
I never meant to make you cry
And though I know I should call
It just reminds us of the lost
Of everything we've lost
Bad timing that's all
Maybe soon there'll come a day
When no more tears will fall
If we each forgive a little bit
And we both look back on it
As just bad timing that's all
We used to have so many plans
Something always seemed to turn out wrong
I never could catch up to you
Moving on and doing what you've done
I don't know why
The harder I try
The harder it comes
I never meant to make you cry
And though I know I should call
It just reminds us of the lost
Of everything we've lost
Bad timing that's all
Maybe soon there'll come a day
When no more tears will fall
If we each forgive a little bit
When we both look back on it
Just bad timing that's all
We each forgive a little bit
When we both look back on it
Just bad timing that's all



Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 5 Days In May
  • 2 Hasn't Hit Me Yet
  • 3 Bad Timing
  • 4 Cynthia
  • 5 Photograph
  • 6 What Is This Love
  • 7 English Bay
  • 8 Head Over Heels
  • 9 Til I Gain Control Again
  • 10 Dark Angel
  • 11 Know Where You Go / Tell Me Your Dream

  • Album Information
    label: wea
    country(area): Canada
    format: CD
    barcode: 045099384624
    script: Latin