Wait and See

Album: What If We (2008)
  • I was born in Tennessee
    Late July humidity
    Doctor's said I was lucky to be alive

    I've been trouble since the day that I got here
    Trouble to the day that I disappear
    That'll be the day that I finally get it right

    There is hope for me yet
    Because God won't forget
    All the plans He's made for me
    I'll have to wait and see
    He's not finished with me yet
    He's not finished with me yet

    I never really was that good in school
    I talked too much, I broke the rules
    Teachers thought I was a hopeless fool, alright

    I don't know how but I made it through
    Just one of those things that you gotta do
    I always had a knack for telling the truth

    Still wondering why I'm here
    Still wrestling with my fear
    But oh, He's up to something
    And the farther on I go
    I've seen enough to know that I'm not here for nothing
    He's up to something

    So now's my time to be a man
    Follow my heart as far as I can
    No telling where I'm ending up tonight
    I never slow down or so it seems
    But singing my heart it's one of my dreams
    All I gotta do is hold on tight

    He's not finished with me yet
    He's not finished with me yet Writer/s: BRYAN ADAMS, ALLEE WILLIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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