All the Time in the World

Album: Sara Smile (2009)
  • Sat outside in the parking lot
    All night long 'til the sun came up
    Outside the diner where you used to work
    Waiting for you to walk out, but you never did
    No, you never did

    I turned on the radio
    Preacher man preaching about lettin' go
    He said time can heal the broken soul
    But I swear I don't know if it ever will
    If it ever will

    God knows how hard I've tried
    But I'm still holdin' on even though you're gone

    So let the days turn to nights
    Let the earth spin, let the years roll by
    But I'll still be lovin' you
    Let this road lead me on 'til the hurt is gone

    But I won't forget you girl, even if I had
    All the time in the world

    I took a walk out in the rain
    To clear my head and get some space
    But in every drop I saw your face
    You seem to follow me everywhere I go

    Everywhere I go
    Could be a thousand miles away
    But there's no distance long enough
    'Cause nothing's gonna change

    So let the days turn to nights
    Let the earth spin, let the years roll by
    But I'll still be lovin' you
    Let this road lead me on 'til the hurt is gone

    But I won't forget you girl, even if I had
    All the time in the world
    All the time in the world

    So let the days turn to nights
    Let the earth spin, let the years roll by
    But I'll still be lovin' you

    So let the days turn to nights
    Let the earth spin, let the years roll by
    But I'll still be lovin' you (I'll still be lovin' you)
    Let this road lead me on 'til the hurt is gone

    But I won't forget you girl, even if I had
    All the time in the world Writer/s: HILLARY LINDSEY, STEVE ROBSON
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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