"'Til You Come To Me" as written by and Cliff Goldmacher Spencer Day....
A sleepless night in the city
No peace and quiet's in the city
It's hotter than the water from a boiler in the basement of hell
In this low rent walk of broken down hotel

Countin' the cracks on the ceiling
Flat on my back and I'm feeling
Lower than the roaches in the tunnels of the one and the nine
And the clock says that I'm half past losing my mind

Through the tick-tock-tick
I can hear the faucet drip
When the neighbors brawl
I can hear them through the wall
But I'm waiting
I keep waiting

Cause I want you
I want you back again
I can't remember when
You and I were one
And I want to
I want to change your mind
So I'm gonna bide my time
Bearin' my misery
Till you come to me

High noon, same room, this is when it
Gets so suffocating. The air sits
Heavy like the weight of my regret forever letting you go
And it don't matter whether the windows are open or closed

There's a beep-beep-beep
From the traffic in the street
And a bang-bang-bang
Like a hammer in my brain
As I'm fading
Going crazy

Cause I want you
I want you back again
I can't remember when
You and I were one
And I want to
I want to change your mind
So I'm gonna bide my time
Bearin' my misery
Till you come to me

Cause I want you
I want you back again
I can't remember when
You and I were one
And I want to
I want to change your mind
So I'm gonna bide my time
Bearin' my misery
Till you come to me

Hey

Just you wait and see
You'll come back to me
Just you wait and see
You'll come back to me
Oh no no
Just you wait and see
You'll come back to me
Baby, just you wait and see
You'll come back to me


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"Till You Come to Me" as written by Spencer Day Clifford Frank Goldmacher

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    General CommentOMG I love this song, and why no one's commented I've no idea.
    Obviously about a break-up, he had really fallen for her, and now he's stuck at home, waiting for her to call, to show up, etc. He's quite confident too, that she'll return "Just you wait and see/You'll come back to me".

    It's kind of like the song "Flowers On The Wall" by the Statler Brothers (though I like the Eric Heatherly version better......... MUCH better. Country's better than old-fogie, crowded-around-one-microphone music.)
    Dierdraon August 16, 2010   Link

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