"Waiting For You" as written by Tim Nichols and Frank M Rogers....
If I could tell you one thing
Then I'd tell you everything
I'd probably say that you've been on my mind
Since we held hands out in the rain
Smoking cigarettes to play
Off all the butterflies I had inside

And now I think that you should know
That you've got everything
That I've wanted for so damn long
And that I wouldn't hesitate to trade away everything
If you tell me that I'm not wrong
So know I think that you should know
That I've been waiting for you

Since we sat underneath the stars
As I held you in my arms
Killing just another summer night

It's funny how the best things happen sometimes
And how I'll always remember those endless nights
But don't forget I regret the fact that I have to leave you
Right as the best part starts
So I thought I'd take the time to say


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"Waiting for You" as written by Tim Nichols Stephen Barker-liles

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    General Commenti love the part in the middle of this song.. excellent though, allister's got the best songs of drive thru for sure :)
    p h i n eon April 05, 2003   Link
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    General CommentMAN i am surprised there arent more comments for this song! i love it... it reminds me of me, it's my life story cause i go to school far away and i looked forward to spending this summer w/ a guy and i waited so long for it and he did too and now im home and loving it and i am dreading this part of my story:

    It's funny how the best things happen sometimes
    And how I'll always remember those endless nights
    But don't forget I regret the fact that I have to leave you
    Right as the best part starts

    ahh. i still love it.
    may not be a staron June 07, 2003   Link

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