All In Good Time

Album: Right Now (2008)
  • Won't be in no letter no text or call
    You can read through the papers won't say nothing at all
    'Cause my love is secret
    And it's getting harder to keep it
    But I'll wait my time
    Before I put my heart on the line
    So no TV broadcast no overhead sign
    That's not the way you'll find out 'bout this love of mine
    You won't know how you know it but you're gonna know it
    All in good time

    [Chorus:]
    So many ways to communicate
    Tell me why, why do I hesitate
    The words they get stuck in my mouth
    It's up to you to read between the lines
    Move closer baby just read the signs
    But please make it soon

    So maybe this Winter or when Spring has arrived
    There'll come a day when this love I can no longer hide
    But you're gonna know it I'll make sure that you know it
    All in good time

    [Chorus]

    My darling make it soon
    Please don't you look fo no message on your internet line
    All you need to know is right here in this heart of mine
    You won't know how you know it but you're gonna know it
    All in good time
    All in good time
    You won't know how you know it but your gonna know it
    All in good time
    Writer/s: PETER GORDENO
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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