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Album: Magazines or Novels (2014)
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  • Whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh
    Whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh whoa oh oh

    It's amazing the time that it's taking for you to come out here
    I don't know what you do in there
    Only so many ways you can change how light will hit your face
    Or how you can fix your hair
    You only got two eyes, two lips so why
    It shouldn't really take long at all
    But when you finally smile, 'cause it's just right
    Damn, you look beautiful

    You take forever, ever, ever, ever, hm
    But you're always worth waiting for
    You take forever, ever, ever, ever, hm
    I guess I'll wait a little more
    Now I know it's time I realize I'mma be waiting half my life, yeah
    With my back up against the door
    'Cause you take forever, ever, ever, ever, ever ever ever
    But you're always worth waiting for

    And you lie through your teeth
    When you try to convince me that you'll be
    That you'll be out in less than five
    Because we both know that the only way that you will ever leave
    Is if we set the whole place on fire

    You already said you had the perfect dress
    So why you gotta try more
    No matter how late it gets I must confess
    Damn you look beautiful

    You take forever, ever, ever, ever, hm
    But you're always worth waiting for
    You take forever, ever, ever, ever, oh yeah
    I guess I'll wait a little more
    Now I know it's time I realize I'mma be spending half my life, yeah
    With my back up against the door
    'Cause you take forever, ever, ever, ever, ever ever ever
    But you're always worth waiting for

    You take forever, ever, ever, ever
    I guess I'll wait a little more
    Now now now whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh whoa oh oh oh, yeah
    Whoa oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
    I guess I'll wait a little more Writer/s: Andy Grammer, Jamie Alexander Hartman
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, O/B/O CAPASSO, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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