Waiting For Tonight

Album: On The 6 (1999)
Charted: 5 8
  • Like a movie scene,
    In the sweetest dreams,
    I have pictured us together
    Now to fell your lips,
    On my finger tips,
    I have to say is even better
    Than I ever thought it could possibly be
    It's perfect, it's passion, its setting me free
    From all of my sadness,
    The tears that I've cried, I have spent all my life

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long
    Waiting for tonight

    Tender words you say,
    Take my breath away,
    Love me now, and leave me never
    Found a sacred place, lost in your embrace,
    I want to stay in this forever
    I think of the days when the sun used to set,
    On my empty heart,
    All alone in my bed
    Tossing and turning emotions were strong, I knew I had to hold on

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long
    Waiting for tonight

    Gone are the days when the sun used to set,
    On my empty heart all alone in my bed
    Tossing and turning,
    Emotions were strong
    I knew I had to hold on

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long

    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    When you would be here in my arms
    Waiting for tonight, Oh
    I've dreamed of this love for so long
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