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(Wait for Me)



Sister I'm not going anywhere where you're not going

Sister I'm not doing anything that you won't do

Sister I'm not being anything that you're not being

Sister wherever you are know I will follow you

I'll follow you into the shadows

I'll follow you into the storm

I'll follow you into the tiger's liar

I'll follow you over the stones

I'll follow you into the sharp city winters

I'll follow you into the microwave of summer

I'll follow you onto the half-finished rooftops

I'll follow you into the intersecting traffic stops

Sister I'm not being anything that you're not being

Sister I'm not wanting anything that you can't have

Sister I'm not being anything that you're not being

Sister know wherever you go that I will be there too
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Submitted by SparksInTheNight on June 11, 2021

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