"Wait" as written by and Emile Haynie....
Why you make me work so hard to put on that evening show
When you know that all I want is to make your money grow?
You're like a baby who don't got nowhere to go
I feel you eyeing me, you keep it on the low (on the low, on the low)
But I can't let you in
And I can't keep you out
I wait for life to win
But it never comes around
And I can't hear you call
And I can't hear me shout
I wait for it to break
But it never comes around
Don't know me
I'm lonely
I'm lonely

Why you make me take that shit to put on that evening show
When you know I don't need it?
Better than your version blow
You're like a baby, don't know better, you don't know
You drag me down, you try to keep it on the low
But I can't let you in
And I can't keep you out
I wait for life to win
But it never comes around
And I can't hear you call
And I can't hear me shout
I wait for it to break
But it never comes around

Feel like I'm falling apart
Feel like I'm falling apart
Feel like I'm falling apart
Would you tell me?
Would you tell me?
Would you tell me?
But I can't let you in
And I can't keep you out
I wait for life to win
But it never comes around
And I can't hear you call
And I can't hear me shout
I wait for it to break
But it never comes around
Don't know me
I'm lonely
I'm lonely


Lyrics submitted by iholdher

"Wait For Life" as written by Elizabeth Grant Emile Haynie

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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