Wait For Me

Album: Transform (2000)
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  • Darling did you know that I
    I dream about you
    Waiting for the look in your eyes
    When we meet for the first time
    Darling did you know that I
    I pray about you
    Praying that you will hold on
    Keep your loving eyes only for me

    I am waiting for
    Praying for you, darling
    Wait for me, too
    Wait for me as I wait for you

    I am waiting for
    Praying for you, darling
    Wait for me too
    Wait for me, as I wait for you
    Darling, wait

    Darling did you know I dream about life together
    Knowing it will be forever
    I'll be yours and you'll be mine
    And darling when I say
    'Til death do us part

    I'll mean it with all of my heart
    Now and always, faithful to you

    Now I know you may have made mistakes
    But there's forgiveness and a second chance
    So wait for me darling
    Wait for me
    Wait for me Writer/s: CHRIS TOMLIN, JESSE PRYOR REEVES, MATT BRONLEEWE, REBECCA ST. JAMES
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Capitol CMG Publishing
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