"Wait" as written by Robert Kenneth Harris and M Owen....
[Chorus]
Said I'm gonna wait, on You
Got no choice but to wait, on You
No matter what the problem is He's gonna see me through
So Lord I'm gonna wait, on You, on You, on You.

Oh to know
The problem you got really ain't a problem
Every problem you got really He can solve them
He's a fixer of everything broken, broken
Just remember
He will put it back together don't you worry
No need to be in a hurry
Have patience, He will see you through

When things are good, when things are bad
When I'm happy when I'm sad, I'm gonna wait
I'm gonna wait on you Lord
When times are up when times are down
He's never let me down, I'm gonna wait
I'm gonna wait on you Lord

[Chorus]

Through my storm
I really got a testimony
You see the devil thought he really, really had me
But I'm here to let him know
I'm still standing
And I've learned, how to trust and wait on Jesus
Tho I know he will give me the power
So I keep the faith and know that joy will come

When things are good, when things are bad
When I'm happy when I'm sad, I'm gonna wait
I'm gonna wait on you Lord
When times are up when times are down
I know he'll never let me down, I'm gonna wait
I'm gonna wait on you Lord

[Chorus]

Vamp
When you cannot see
Trust and believe
God will never leave
He'll be all you need
He'll be all you need

So I guess I'm gonna wait, on You
Got no choice but to wait, on You
No matter what the problem is He's gonna see me through
So Lord I'm gonna wait, on You, on You, on You.

Drive
Wait on Him
Wait on Him
Wait on Him


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"Wait" as written by Christopher Brown Tremaine Neverson

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Songtrust Ave, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, MISSING LINK MUSIC

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