Dareh Meyod

Album: In Between Now And Then (2003)
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  • Tuesday's coming my baby
    I told you Wednesday morning
    It's not too late for us
    My bags aren't out the door baby
    don't you know life's a feeling
    But without you it's nothing
    It's not too late for us
    My bags aren't out the door baby
    Tuesday's coming and
    I'm not gonna leave you here darling

    It's a shame you can't hear me
    Scream my lungs out believe me
    The miles burn me up
    I'm living just to watch your fire darling
    I'm headed out for the road now
    The engines hold me while sleeping
    A road might take me away
    But its sure enough to bring me home baby
    Tuesday's coming
    And I'm not gonna leave you here darling

    Tuesday's coming. Writer/s: MARC ANDREW ROBERGE, RICHARD JOE ON
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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