What Are You Waiting For?

Album: Sparks Fly (Deluxe Edition) (2009)


  • Miranda Cosgrove told MTV News that this song, "is about a girl who likes a guy [but he doesn't feel the same way]." She added that the subject matter is something that she's experienced in her own life. She explained: "I definitely have guys that I'm friends with that I have a crush on, and you don't want to ruin the friendship."

Comments: 1

  • Jimmy from Ny, NyHi Miranda, I do hope you are reading this:
    I really do adore your music, like, a lot. And, you wrote the song "Adored" didn't you? (Please say yes, it's such a mellifluous song!"
    Also, is "What Are You Waiting For" going to be an actual song you'll sing? If so (hopefully), I can't wait to listen to it!!
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