"Closets" as written by Gary Scott Burr and Stephen Curtis Wilkinson....
You say you'll call when the time is right, yeah right
You must think there's something better
You just haven't met her
I should put my life on hold and wait
You'll be back when you're ready
Funny you expect me
To gather dust, to trust that much

[Chorus]
Baby, I don't hang in closets
Baby, I don't sit on shelves
Like a coat that's out of fashion
While you go and try on something else
I don't stay in storage like your Beatle albums do
Baby, I don't hang in closets
Oh, waiting 'round for you

You say we're moving a bit too fast, that's all
You want me to be patient, selfish expectation
When you decide that my love fits you just right
You want me to be here when you see your way clear
To carry on, that's where you're wrong

[Chorus]

I'm not a hand me down
Won't be your place to fall
And I won't be around
When you say you love me after all

Baby, I don't hang in closets
Baby, I don't sit on shelves
Like a coat that's out of fashion
While you go and try on something else
Stacked up in the corner
Just yesterday's news
Baby, I don't hang in closets
Oh, I don't hang in closets
Waiting 'round for you

Waiting 'round for you


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"Closets" as written by Steve Wilkinson Gary S. Burr

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