Love, I Think It Can Wait

from by Rachel Efron

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I'd have thought I'd be seventeen
Enchanted by your charms
You'd become a man beside me
I'd survive my youth in your arms
Time has passed, I was burned to ash
Then rose up like that bird
Flew an ever growing distance
To unlearn the lies that I'd heard

So you've missed a lot and
Oh guess now I've got just
Far too many things to tell you

But anyway
Love, I think it can wait 'til morning
Pull the curtains away and let the summer night come in
Love, your kindness is late but warming me again

So let's walk through this gallery
And force ourselves to see
All the portraits of the other girls
That I was fashioned to be
Next to each in a gaudy frame
Imposing and askew
Hangs whatever man I'd found to give me
What I thought I was due

Those the quiet years I
Chose to hide those tears and
There, I made it all seem alright

But tell you what
Love, I think it can wait 'til morning
Pull the curtains away and let the summer night come in
Love, your kindness is late but warming me again

Love, I think it can wait 'til morning
Pull the curtains away and let the summer night come in
Love, your kindness is late but warming me again

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from Angel No More, released November 27, 2015

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