"My Love Won't Wait" as written by and Adam Hayworth Stephens....
You can try, but ain't no use
I'll lose it if you cut me loose
You can try, but ain't no use

I'll lose it if you cut me loose

Darling please don't hesitate
Can I get you now, or must I wait?
I can feel my patience running thin
I stare the wall, walk the floor
But somehow end up at your door
And you refuse to let me in

But something ain't quite right to me
I can't seem to let you leave
My love won't wait

Come back when you're most alone
My coat pocket's full of stones
Hurl at your window while you sleep
You don't let me hang around
But I'ma tear your plate ass down
Run to the river bridge and leap

'Cause something ain't quite right to me
I can't seem to let you leave
My love won't wait

Don't you threat, don't you fear
While I whisper in your ear
There's no escape

'Cause something ain't quite right to me
I can't seem to let you leave
My love won't wait

So don't you threat, don't you fear
While I whisper in your ear
There's no escape

You can try, but ain't no use
I'll lose it if you cut me loose
You can try, but ain't no use
I'll lose it if you cut me loose
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use
You can try, but ain't no use


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"My Love Won't Wait" as written by Adam Hayworth Stephens

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  • +1
    Lyric CorrectionI think it's

    "Something ain't quite right with me", not "Something ain't quite right to me"

    and

    "I can't seem to let you be" rather than "I can't seem to let you leave"

    and

    "Come by when you're most alone" instead of "Come back when you're most alone"

    and

    "Or I'ma tear your play house down" instead of "But I'ma tear your plate ass down"

    and

    "Don't you fret, don't you fear" instead of "Don't you threat, don't you fear"

    The way I interpret this song, is from the perspective of someone who refuses to realise a relationship is over, or that a person doesn't love them back. The narrator is obviously stalking and threatening the object of affection, standing outside his or her window, throwing stones when he/she is sleeping.

    It's a creepy and fantastic song, and I love it!
    Katzenjammeron November 15, 2012   Link
  • 0
    Lyric Correction"hurl at your window (while) you sleep"

    "run to the river (bridge and leap)"
    JoeyGoBoomon August 29, 2012   Link

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