Album: Points On A Curve (1984)
Charted: 87
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  • Street corners seem designed to lie in wait
    For a chance to get involved in lovers' fate
    And this one seems as good as any I've seen
    So wait here with me until six-fifteen

    I'm waiting for you
    But you're very late
    I know you'll come anyway
    And I can hardly wait
    There's a difficulty
    I know you'll come anyway
    And I can hardly wait

    I see you approaching you're the eyes of the crowd
    The traffic and people, God they're all so loud
    But in a couple of moments they will all disappear
    Because we're ever so close when we're ever so near


    Was never much to me
    Being yourself is the main thing
    Forget about the time
    Forget about the time
    Being yourself is the main thing
    The main thing
    The main thing love Writer/s: DARREN COSTIN, JACK HUES, NICHOLAS FELDMAN
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Spirit Music Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Gabriele Funaro from Laveno Mombello, ItalyThis is my favourite Wang Chung's song, it's brilliant for me and it's quite unique for its sensations!!! It's really underrated, but definitely must be revived!!!
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