"Waiting in the Lobby of Your Heart" as written by Hank Thompson and Billy Gray....
I didn't have to be thrown in a dungeon
Or left in the chamber cold and dark
For such loneliness I'm sure is the same that I endure
While I'm waiting in the lobby of your heart

[Chorus]
And now I'm waiting, waiting in the lobby of your heart
I'm on the doorstep, yet we're so far apart
Many times I tried, you wouldn't let me come inside
Now I'm waiting, waiting in the lobby of your heart

You could have had me thrown into a prison
Or bound and tied with shackles on my feet
Instead of this sad taint to sit alone and wait
In the lobby of a heart that's cold as sleet

[Chorus]


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"Waiting in the Lobby of Your Heart" as written by Hank Thompson Billy Gray

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