Could You Wait?

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I’d fall for you, but there’s no place left to fall
You’re on your feet and all I can do is crawl
I could never ask you to dance
when the sky falls down on me
I just hope you’re there on the day that I stand tall

Could you wait for me? Could you let things be?
Could you be my friend? Love me in the end?

Your blue eyes have cried their share of tears
And your angel heart has known the deepest fear
So let me say this, let me be as clear as I can be
You’re someone I could trust to hold me near

You were in my dreams
in the days when I still dreamed
Sowing peace together on the battlefield
But I lost my way, thought alone I could redeem
the one I loved
Now I’m crawling back,
could you help me to believe?

I know you’ve waited all your life,
to make somebody happy be his wife
I can’t believe you want to be mine
enough to give your precious time

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from The Pinkerton Raid, released May 22, 2012

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