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Richard Marx's words:

"Right here waiting"

The oceans are day by day away
And I'm slowly getting mad
I hear your voice in line
But that doesn't stop the pain

If I never see you
How can we say forever?

Wherever you go
Whatever you do
I'll be right here, waiting for you
Whatever it takes
Or how my heart breaks
I'll be right here, waiting for you

I constantly accepted
Something that I thought would last somehow
I hear laughter, I taste tears
But now I can not approach you

Oh, won't you be able to see that baby?
You're mad at me

Wherever you go
Whatever you do
I'll be right here, waiting for you
Whatever it takes
Or how my heart breaks
I'll be right here, waiting for you

I wonder how we can survive
This romance
After all, if I'm with you
I'll take the opportunity

Oh, won't you be able to see that baby?
You're mad at me

Wherever you go
Whatever you do
I'll be right here, waiting for you
Whatever it takes
Or how my heart breaks
I'll be right here, waiting for you
I wait for you

Thanks to Gabbie, Net, Cherokee for correcting these words.

Right Here Waiting is the second single from her second album. The song was released on June 29, 1989.

Richard Marx told Indian Indian Express in a 2010 interview "Right here waiting". “I wrote the song for my wife, Cynthia, who was in South Africa to shoot. We were not married at that time, and I wanted to meet her because I had not seen her for several months. But my visa application was rejected, and when I came back, I wrote this song, which was more of a letter to me. […] “The song was very personal and had no intention of being published. But my friends wanted me to record it. "

This song topped the Billboard Hot 100. It was received by Platinum on October 16, 1989, from the American Recording Industry Association.

The: video This track was shot on the road by Richard Marx in 1989.

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