"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" as written by Dennis Morgan and Simon Climie....
Like a warrior that fights
And wins the battle
I know the taste of victory
Though I went through some nights
Consumed by the shadows
I was crippled emotionally
Somehow I made it through the heartache
Yes I did, I escaped
I found my way out of the darkness
I kept my faith (I know you did), kept my faith

[Chorus]
When the river was deep I didn't falter
When the mountain was high I still believed
When the valley was low it didn't stop me, no no
I knew you were waiting, I knew you were waiting for me

With an endless desire I kept on searching
Sure in time our eyes would meet
Like the bridge is on fire
The hurt is over, one touch and you set me free
I don't regret a single moment, no I don't looking hack
When I think of all those disappointments
I just laugh (I know you do), I just laugh

[Chorus]

So we were drawn together through destiny
I know this love we shared was meant to be
I knew you were waiting, I, I knew you were waiting
I knew you were waiting, knew you were waiting for me

I did not falter when the mountain was high
I still believed when the valley was low
It did not stop me I knew you were waiting, I knew you were waiting for me
When the mountain was high, knew you were waiting
When the valley was low, I knew it baby, I knew it baby
I knew you were waiting, I knew you were waiting
Knew you were waiting for me
I cant not falter, when the mountain was high
I still believed when the valley was low
It did not stop me
Cause I knew you were waiting
Knew you were waiting for me
When the mountain was high
When the valley was low...


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"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" as written by Simon Climie Dennis Morgan

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