Crossing Over

Album: War Is The Answer (2009)
  • All perched alone he sits there broken
    An eldered man with storm clouds setting in his eyes
    He counts the sands of time remembering day's gone by
    It seemed like yesterday before it washed away

    Hey don't wait for me there
    Just find your own way
    Hey don't wait for me there
    'Cause I'll be there soon enough

    The widow's life ticks out like clockwork
    A thousand tears she's cried a hundred time's before
    But now that he is gone, she's ready to move on
    It all just fell away, it seems like yesterday

    Hey don't wait for me there
    Just find your own way
    Hey don't wait for me there
    'Cause I'll be there soon enough
    I'll be there soon enough

    Hey don't wait for me there
    Just find your own way
    Hey don't wait for me there
    'Cause I'll be there soon enoughWriter/s: IVAN MOODY, JASON HOOK, JEREMY SPENCER, MATTHEW SNELL, THOMAS JASON GRINSTEAD, ZOLTAN BATHORY, ZOLTAN BATHROY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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