Always Waiting

Album: Home Again (2012)
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  • My soul is yearning and I'm longing too
    See my day timing, see me breaking through
    My time is coming soon
    So I'm waiting, I'll be waiting
    For you, my friend

    My load ain't burdened that I count me too
    My key, my body, all the things that I do
    My time is coming soon
    So I'm waiting, I'll be waiting
    For you, my friend

    Ooh, will it stay? Ooh will it?
    Ooh, will it break for me?

    A toll has taken all the song that's in me
    The road they're making won't take me where I should be
    My song is coming soon
    So I'm waiting, I'll be waiting
    Always waiting for you, my friend Writer/s: MICHAEL KIWANUKA, MICHAEL SAMUEL KIWANUKA, PAUL JAMES BUTLER
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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