20th January 1973: Pop star Elton John (Reg Dwight) at Noel Edmonds record shop in the King's Road, Chelsea signing copies of his album, 'Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player'. (Photo by Michael Webb/Keystone/Getty Images)

There’s some reminiscing going on in the music world as of late.

First, the recent John Mellencamp song “Wasted Days”, where he and his friend Bruce Springsteen do an end of the line review. (See that pensive and very Americana video HERE)

And now this, from Elton John and Stevie Wonder.

Both songs hit me right in the heart. Our most precious commodity? Time. Use it wisely.

 

Elton John & Stevie Wonder Cross Another "Finish Line" in Their Friendship

The legendary friendship between Elton John and Stevie Wonder has led to several musical collaborations over the years. (See tracks " That's What Friends Are For " and "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues.") And now, the duo's latest masterful collab is the music video for "Finish Line."