"Wait and See" as written by John Peter Aston, Michael Aston, Peter Risingham and James Stevenson....
What is there left here, now that you've gone
What is there left here, now that you've gone
Throw your caution to the wind, lay down beside me
Pick your pieces from the floor, I'm what you're waiting for
Be a lover, just wait and see
Be like no other, just wait and see
You will discover, just wait and see
Live forever, just wait and see
Put it down to circumstance
Now I'm at your door
It really doesn't matter
I'm what you're looking for
Be a lover, just wait and see
Be like no other, just wait and see
You will discover, just wait and see
Live forever, just wait and see
What is there left here, now that you've gone
What is there left here, now that you've gone
Be a lover, just wait and see
Be like no other, just wait and see
You will discover, just wait and see
Live forever, just wait and see


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"Wait and See" as written by John Peter Aston James Stevenson

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