GIRLS ALOUD | Waiting

LYRICS:

The candy ladies said knock knock knock,
Who wants to come to my candy shop,
I give you something to take back home,
To give you shivers that you didn't even know,
But listen honey it's drop by drop,
The stuff I'm sellin' it's hot hot hot,
Mr magic is not so toy,
He's gonna seperate the men from the boys,
If every guy's a dog then baby
Throw me to the wolves,
I'll never get to heaven with my glass half full

I've been waiting, all this time for you
And I've been hatin' all this talkin'
Baby, black and blue,
'Cos I've been praying, whats a girl to do
'Cos it's been hard not tryin' to bite you
With the things I knew

Hey there buttercup,
Your like a peach on ice,
I'm gonna heat your body up,
And pray that it treats me good tonight,
Hey boy saddle up,
Don't have to twist my arm,
I like it when you lift my body up,
And just enough to send me to the stars,
All night, been lookin at,
Your hard-earned, six pack
Alright, I'll take ya back,
Feels like

Rap bap, the boy can do,
Don't stop the rhythm cos I'm coming through,
Rap bap, the boy can move,
Backtrack the middle till I'm in the groove

Rap bap, the boy can do,
Don't stop the rhythm cos I'm coming through,
Rap bap, the boy can move,
Backtrack the middle till I'm in the groove

INFORMATION:

Available on:
x Girls Aloud - Chemistry (2005) CD

Credits:
Written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins, Tim "Rolf" Larcombe, Lisa Cowling, Shawn Lee and Paul Woods.
Published by Xenomania/ Warner Chapell Music Ltd.
Produced by Brian Higgins and Xenomania.
Mixed by Tim Powell and Brian Higgins.
Keyboards and Programming: Tim "Rolf" Larcombe, Tim Powell and Brian Higgins.
Guitars: Tim "Rolf" Larcombe and Nick Coler.

REVIEWS:
x A pop hit that never was, this is music purposely built for drunken end of the night swing dancing on the dance floor, delivered by UK Popstars-winners 2003 Girls Aloud. Don't let that fact put you off, though - no fear of pop music should let you miss out on this.
The single-worthy 'Waiting' was well hidden away as an album track on the girls' (very good) 2005 album Chemistry, and subsequently sank without trace after its release. That it didn't get to dominate the airwaves is one of the great pop crimes of the 21st century. Martin

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