WHEN WILL I SEE YOU AGAIN

 

Music by John Torp & Lyrics by Dorothy Acton
Copyright 2004 John Torp

 

 

 

 




When will I see you again?
I tremble awaiting your touch.
I knew this would bring me some pain,
but maybe I thought not this much.

She is your lady, I know--
and, yes, I suggested this deal;
why does my heart want to go?
my head promised I would not feel.

When will I see you again?
I'll stay in my place and be still.
now I've only myself to blame
this pitcher of bitter I fill.

Oh when will I see you again?
I'll stay in my place and be still.
now I've only myself to blame
this pitcher of bitter I fill.

I had resisted before.
the risk it presented was plain.
but one day I opened my door
and nothing was ever the same.

It's time for me to be strong;
I should have expected some rain
I knew this would hurt all along.
oh when will I see you again?

When will I see you again?
I'll stay in my place and be still.
now I've only myself to blame
this pitcher of bitter I fill.

Oh when will I see you again?
I'll stay in my place and be still.
now I've only myself to blame
this pitcher of bitter I fill.