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I've been waiting,
I keep having, conversations, in my head
When I meet you
I'll be ready
Until then I won't hold my breathe
It could be tomorrow
It could be in 50 years
You could be across the world or just a mile from here

Yeah I know that you're somewhere and made just for me
And I'll follow your whisper where ever it leads
'Cuz I still believe in destiny
And I'll wait for you
Will you wait for me?

I've been wishing
I could touch you
I've been missing what I never had
If you're listening, don't you worry
One day I'll find you, so don't be sad

It could be tomorrow
It could be in 50 years
You could be across the world or just a mile from here

Yeah I know that you're somewhere and made just for me
And I'll follow your whisper where ever it leads
'Cuz I still believe in destiny
And I'll wait for you
Will you wait for me?

No matter the distance
I'm willing to go as far as I need to, to bring you back home
I'll do whatever I have to do
To end up with you
Oh, you

It could be in Portland, it could be in New Port Beach
I'll keep searching 'cuz I know we're meant to be

Yeah I know that you're somewhere and made just for me
And I'll follow your whisper where ever it leads
Cuz I still believe in destiny
And I'll wait for you
Will you wait for me?



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