"WISDOM WAITS" as written by and David Hughes....
For the love of a good woman
- did I stab so many knives in your back,
for the love of a good woman
- I guess subtlety was something I lacked,
for the love of a good woman
- should I confess all those passionate crimes,
and for the love of a good woman
- should I confess all those false alibis.

Still I never turned truth away,
I never tried tempting fate,
and I never said wisdom waits,
for someone so great,
for someone so great,
for someone so great.

For the love of a good woman
- I tried everything embarrassment can,
for the love of a good woman
- I tried violence, tried purpose and lies,
for the love of a good woman
- I hid my blushes and I softened the blows,
for the love of a good woman
- I laughed out loud when all my greeness it showed.

So many nights I left you stranded,
so many nights I left you so alone,
so many nights I gave nothing but heartache,
but I all the time I gave you sweet love.
So many nights I left you stranded,
so many nights I left you so alone,
so many nights I gave nothing but heartache,
but I all the time I gave you sweet love.

For the love of a good woman,
for the love of a good woman,
for the love of a good woman,
for the love of a good woman will I ever find.



Lyrics submitted by Major Valor

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