Go Ask Shakespeare

Album: At This Time (2005)
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  • I've been hoping for a better day
    It's a long time coming but I wait anyway
    Till the dark clouds have all blown away
    And the sun shines again

    I keep trying; I've been holding on
    Though the days are empty in a world that's gone wrong
    Life's a miracle or a foolish tale
    I don't know,
    Go ask Shakespeare

    Love's the answer like I said before
    It's the one thing we needed maybe now even more
    Love's the secret we've been looking for
    Till the sun shines again

    So I keep hoping; and I'm holding on
    There a cold wind blowing but I know love is strong
    There will come a day when the sorrow is gone
    And the sun shines again

    I keep hoping for a better day
    It's a long time coming but I wait anyway
    Life's a miracle or a foolish tale
    I don't know;
    Go ask Shakespeare Writer/s: ANDRE ROMELL YOUNG, ANDRE YOUNG, BURT BACHARACH, BURT F BACHARACH, BURT F. BACHARACH, STEVEN KRIKORIAN, STEVEN M. KRIKORIAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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