Never been much good on my own So I'm tryin' to find somebody else Never been good at findin' much except Loneliness all by myself Spottin' you ain't been easy Oh, and what's a boy to do When I got this spot right beside me baby Waiting here just for you
So you go hide And I'll come seek Maybe someday in the middle We just might meet Because I'm counting to a hundred And I promise I won't peek As you go hide And I come seek
How much longer will this game go on I guess only time will tell Cause I hate to hear that you're all alone Overlooked in search of someone else
So you go hide And I'll come seek Maybe someday in the middle We just might meet Cause I'm counting to a hundred And I promise I won't peek As you go
Please show your face Because I want you to be it...yeah I want you to be it
Writer/s: Edna Matthew, Thomas Matthew
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