"Still Waiting" as written by and Andrew Robert White Charles Richard Wilson....
Hearts and stars and people waiting for their train to come
Get ready though it's not the end
Park the car and keep it running while they play the song
You have to get out in the end

Not enough to be there when you're waiting
You're still waiting
I won't let you go, I'll still be at your door
And I want to tell you right now I've been waiting
I'm still waiting
Even though we're not electric anymore

Collecting leaves in the pockets of your dungarees
You say you'll put them on display, one day
I could tell by the way you ring your cycle bell
What kind of day you've had today

Not enough to be there when you're waiting
You're still waiting
I won't let you go, I'll still be at your door
And I want to tell you right now I've been waiting
I'm still waiting,
Even though we're not electric anymore

Pass, all things pass you by
Just one chance, just one chance look up at the sky
A sunrise never lasts, a cloudburst comes so fast
All things pass
All things pass you by in time

Not enough to be there when you're waiting
You're still waiting
I won't let you go, I'll still be at your door
And I want to tell you right now I've been waiting
I'm still waiting
Even though we're not electric anymore


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Still Waiting" as written by Andrew Robert White Charles Richard Wilson

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., IMAGEM MUSIC INC

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