One of the most famous songs by the great rock and roll band Chicago is one called "25 or 6 to 4." It was written by band member Robert Lamm, and is actually about having writer's block while trying to write a song, and that the writer's block occurred at about 3:34 or 3:35 am, or in other words 25 minutes or 26 minutes to 4 am. Hmmm. Who knew!!
Now it makes sense to me.