M62 Song

Album: The Last Broadcast (2002)
  • Moonshine
    I'm waiting for a love that never comes
    Moonshine
    Wishing for a time that never was

    I'm waiting for a time
    For truth to call
    I'm waiting for a sign
    To show me all
    I'm waiting for my love

    Moonshine
    Drinking to a love that's gone on by
    Moonshine
    Look into the stars as cars go by

    I'm waiting for a time
    For truth to call
    I'm waiting for a sign
    To show me all
    I'm waiting for my love

    I'm waiting for a time
    For truth to call
    I'm waiting for a sign
    To show me all
    I'm waiting for my love
    Waiting for my love
    Waiting for my love

    Moonshine
    I'm waiting for a love that never comes Writer/s: Robert Fripp, David Giles, Jimi Goodwin, Greg Lake, Ian McDonald, Peter Sinfeld, Andy Williams, Jez Williams
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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