Tomorrow Has to Wait

Album: Gimme Some (2011)
  • (I don't think that you are sorry for what you did)

    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did
    (I don't think that you are sorry for what you did)
    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did

    I know you need it
    And you just don't know how to quit

    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did
    (I don't think that you are sorry for what you did)
    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did

    I know you need it
    And you just don't know how to quit

    It's too late
    But tomorrow has to wait
    It's the time of your life
    So tomorrow has to wait
    Tonight's the night
    And tomorrow is a million miles away

    It's too late
    But tomorrow has to wait
    It's the time of your life
    So tomorrow has to wait
    If you control yourself
    Then give up before you break
    Well it's too late

    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did
    (I don't think that you are sorry for what you did)
    I don't think that you are sorry for what you did
    (I don't think that you are sorry for what you did)

    It's too late
    But tomorrow has to wait
    It's the time of your life
    So tomorrow has to wait
    Tonight's the night
    And tomorrow is a million miles away

    It's too late
    But tomorrow has to wait
    It's the time of your life
    So tomorrow has to wait
    If you control yourself
    Then give up before you break
    Well it's too late Writer/s: BJ�RN YTTLING, JOHN ERIKSSON, PETER MOREN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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