I'll Be Waiting

Album: The Sound of Sunshine (2010)
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  • The best things in life are things
    To live in, to breathe in
    The best things in life are things
    That something you can believe in

    Well do you believe me?
    Well do you believe me when I say
    Tonight won't last for long?
    And soon it will be gone

    But I won't leave you alone, no, no
    Whenever you call me, whenever you need me
    Wherever you wander until you see me
    I'll be waiting, I'll be waiting for you
    For you, for you, for you

    The best things in life are things
    The laughing and crying
    The best things in life are things
    The frightened, they're still fighting

    Well do you believe me?
    Well do you believe me, yeah,
    When I say tonight won't last for long?
    Soon it will be gone

    But I won't leave you alone, no, no
    Whenever you call me, whenever you need me
    Wherever you wander until you see me
    I'll be waiting, I'll be waiting for you
    For you, for you, for you

    You said that you were leaving
    But it's alright, it's alright
    You said you were sorry
    But it's alright, yes, it's alright

    The best things in life are things
    Broken and bleeding
    The best things in life are things
    They're chosen to believe in

    So whenever you call me,
    Whenever you need me
    Wherever you wander
    Until you see me
    I'll be waiting,
    I'll be waiting
    For you, for you,
    For you, for you

    And I say, eeoh, eeoh, eeoh, eeoh
    Eeoh, eeoh, eeoh, eeoh
    Eeoh, eeoh, eeoh, eeoh, eeoh

    I say it's alright, it's alright
    It's alright, it's gonna be alright now Writer/s: JASON BOWMAN, MICHAEL J. FRANTI
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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