11:11

Album: High Noon (2014)
  • You were all done up
    But it wasn't for me
    You were up at the front
    Tapping your feet
    I was back at the bar
    You had your eyes on the stage
    You had an X on your hand
    To tell them your age
    I didn't put my money on it
    But I was
    Hoping that you would be here
    If I was something that you ever wanted
    I'm all ears, I'm all ears

    You made a wish at 11:11
    I held your hips at 12:34
    There was a kiss just waiting to happen
    A cab was calling, outside the door
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, I knew from the beginning
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, it was you from the beginning

    Excuses disguised
    All the ones before
    I'd been convincing myself
    They could be something more
    I said, If you go home
    And get on the phone
    And tell your girlfriends about me
    I'll go home
    And sleep on my own
    And dream of a girl named Lonnie
    I couldn't hold a candle to you
    But you were glowing in the dark
    I was nervous just standing with you
    You were glowing in the dark (hey)

    You made a wish at 11:11
    I held your hips at 12:34
    There was a kiss just waiting to happen
    A cab was calling, outside the door
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, I knew from the beginning
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, it was you from the beginning (hey)

    And you weren't even trying
    Your dirty blonde hair
    Had me going wild
    You were a little bit shy then
    There's no denying something so true

    You made a wish at 11:11
    I held your hips at 12:34
    There was a kiss just waiting to happen
    A cab was calling, outside the door
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, I knew from the beginning
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, it was you from the beginning (hey) Writer/s: Michael John Deangelis, Nicholas William Dika, Robert Max Kerman, Timothy James Oxford
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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