"Perhaps She'll Wait" as written by and Bebo Norman....
They say you cannot walk before you crawl
I wonder why, I wonder why
Because everybody dreams before they fall
A wonder world and then we lose it all

But I will dream of tomorrow
Where the past will not be in my way
Passion lives another day
And I will dream of tomorrow
Where perhaps she'll wait for me

And every single heart that I have held
In my hands, in my clumsy hands
I fumbled them around until they fell
It's much safer ground just keeping to myself

But I still dream of tomorrow
Where the past will not be in my way
Passion lives another day
And I still dream of tomorrow
Where perhaps she'll wait for me
And perhaps she'll wait for me


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"Perhaps She'll Wait" as written by Bebo Norman

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    General CommentI haven't even heard this song, but these lyrics are so beautiful, and sad in a way. I think its about sexual purity, and he wants to find a girl who is sexually pure, who has waited for him, and he's a bit sick and tired of being in love with girls and then falling out of love. He just wants to find the right girl to marry.
    That's my interpretation anyway :)
    eloiseon November 28, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYeah I wonder...

    I haven't actually heard it either but I try to tell myself that Christian men can be understanding of a woman who didn't wait, but has renewed her faith in the Lord and become pure again in His eyes. I understand the importance of waiting and how it would be more desirable, obviously, but what does Christ want from us but for us to forgive others?

    Just something to throw out there
    jdstultson June 10, 2009   Link

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