Wasted Time

Album: California Nights (2015)
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  • On and on, I walk along
    I wait for you at the end
    I say what's wrong and all along
    I wait for you at the end

    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time
    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time

    Just wish that I had something to show for it

    On my mind, all the time
    I wait for you at the end
    I don't have a real reason why
    I wait for you at the end

    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time
    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time

    Just wish that I had something to show for it
    Just wish that I had something to show for it

    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time
    I don't really mind
    All of this wasted time

    Just wish that I had something to show for it
    Just wish that I had something to show for it
    Just wish that I had something to show for it
    Just wish that I had something to show for it Writer/s: BETHANY COSENTINO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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