"Amber Awaits" as written by Chan Kinchla, John C. Popper and Tad Kinchla....
Well I guess it bothers me
Because I can't convince her of a thing.
I can't talk my way.
I can't even sing.

And then it builds into this quest
Until I come to rest at last
And admit I couldn't tell;
I could only ask.

And then I'm freshly daunted
By the prospect of her eyes
As she lets me down
With a gentle lie.

Bad luck to force an angel's smile.
They say it only hurts a while,
But I've been falling
For a thousand miles.

Amber danced upon a flame.
Nothing could be made the same.
Not so much broken as changed.
Amber far above the moon,
Smiling down and shining through
I hope that I could get there soon.

I want to see
If Amber waits for me.

Well I hope I can appreciate
How lucky I could be
If she only would
Take a look at me.

Because I think I could deserve someone
Who could be so kind.
It's new to me,
But I don't mind.

Amber danced upon a flame.
Nothing could be made the same.
Not so much broken as changed.
Amber far above the moon,
Smiling down and shining through
I hope that I could get there soon.

Amber danced upon a flame.
Nothing could be made the same.
Not so much broken as changed.
Amber far above the moon,
Smiling down and shining through
I hope that I could get there soon.

Amber sails to Timbuktu
There's nothing more that I could do.
Not so much hopeless as blue.
Amber makes me feel alive
And something in me does revive.
But it only works if she believes my eyes.

I want to see
If Amber waits for me.


Lyrics submitted by Bravura

"Amber Awaits" as written by John C. Popper Chan Kinchla

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    General CommentThe narrator is saying that Amber is out of his league. He wants to know if she would ever give him the time of day.
    Bravuraon January 29, 2006   Link

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