No Time for Love Like Now

Album: single release only (2020)
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  • No time for breezy
    No time for arguments
    No time for love like now

    There's no time in the bardo
    No time in the in-between
    No time for love like now

    There's no time for dancing
    There's no time for undecideds
    No time for love like now

    Where did this all begin to change?
    The locked down memories can't sustain
    This glistening, hanging free fall

    I turned away from the glorious light
    I turned my head and cried
    Whatever waiting means in this new place
    I am waiting for you

    There's no time for honey
    No time for psalms and thresholds
    Whisper a sweet prayer sigh

    Where did this all begin to change
    The locked down memories can't sustain
    This glistening, hanging free fall

    I turned away from the glorious light
    I, I turned my head and cried
    Whatever waiting means in this new place
    I am waiting for you
    Your voice is echoing love, love, love, love, love
    I hear it far, far away
    And I am waiting for you
    Yes, I am waiting for you
    Whatever waiting means in this new place
    I am waiting for you
    Yes, I am waiting for you
    I am waiting for you Writer/s: Aaron Dessner, Michael Stipe
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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