The time that life continues.
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Once in a Lifetime (Gregorian song)
"Once in a Lifetime" is a 1991 single by Gregorian from the album Sadisfaction . The song is sung by the Sisters of Oz (Susana Espelleta and Birgit Freud). The singles were released on both CD format and vinyl in 7" and 12" versions. An exclusive remix named "Summer Mix" only appeared on the vinyl version and was never released on a CD format.
Lottery games with a lifetime prize
Lottery games with "lifetime" prizes, known by names such as Cash4Life, Lucky for Life, and Win for Life, comprise two types of United States lottery games in which the top prize is advertised as a lifetime annuity; unlike annuities with a fixed period (such as 25 years), lifetime annuities often pay (sometimes for decades ) until the winner's death.
Once in a Lifetime (2014 film)
Once in a Lifetime (original title: Les Héritiers) is a 2014 French drama film directed by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar.
Love of a Lifetime (Larry Gatlin song)
"Love of a Lifetime" is a song recorded by American country music group Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers. Written by Larry Gatlin, it was released in February 1988 as the lead single from their album Alive and Well. The song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It was their last top ten single.
"Next Lifetime" is a song by Erykah Badu. It is the second single from her début album Baduizm (1997). It was written by Badu and A. Scott. It is a low-tempo ballad with lyrics that describe being in a relationship but longing for another man. At the start of the song, Badu is heard talking to a man about how they can't be together even though they both have feelings for one another.
Once in a Lifetime (Ines song)
"Once in a Lifetime" was the Estonian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, performed in English by Ines. It is an up-tempo number, with Ines singing about her need to take life by the horns as she is only seventeen once (she was in fact 18 at the time).