If You Wait

Album: If You Wait (2013)
  • To treasure gold is fun
    Brother, drop your bag at once
    From the air to the people
    A mass to take you on
    From a clock to the past
    A future that I own
    And to find just one other
    Seems to be the goal of everyone
    From the search to the hurt
    I believed I could take you on
    We would drink, we would dance
    And you would watch me whenever you want

    And can you give me, everything
    Everything, everything
    'Cause I can't give you anything
    And if you wait, if you wait
    I will trust in time that we will meet again
    If you wait

    If letters spell out words, son
    You chose to put them in order, didn't you
    From the meaning, the moment you tried to take me on
    From the air to the room a bed that I own

    And can you give me everything,
    Everything, everything
    'Cause I can't give you anything
    And if you wait, if you wait
    I will trust in time that we will meet again
    If you wait
    I will trust in time that we will meet again Writer/s: HANNAH REID, HANNAH FELICITY MAY REID
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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