Meanings of "High time"
Its time that something were done. It implies that it is well overdue.
High time (high noon) comes from the part of the day when the sun was highest and warmest. From Shakespeare's, "Comedy Of Errors".
ήρθε η ώρα
настало время, самое время, давно пора
„High time“ в текстове на песни
He lent them strength with his song, he sung that it was almost dawning.
They lit thousands candles for him, smoke was rising over their heads,
Singing it would be high time, that the wall should fall...
They sang together with him:
And fall onto your head, like the first snow
At this Halloween all the torches will start to smoke
It's a high time
For a main hero of the show:
And so it came that she lost track of time,
With my guitar I told her about my life
And suddenly she shouted : 'It's high time!
It's dark already and my way home is so long.'
And the braggart did swagger and brandish his blade as he told of bold battles and gold he had made!
But then he went quiet did Ragnar the Red when he met the shield-maiden Mathilda who said,
"Oh you talk, and you lie, and you drink all our mead! Now I think it's high time that you lie down and bleed!"
So then came the clashing and slashing of steel, as the brave lass Mathilda charged in full of zeal!