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8 Responses to I Can Wait This Out

  1. Fenriran says:
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    Just wait, can we work this out, can we work this out? Just wait, can you come here please? 'Cause I wanna be with you Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Ammar Malik, John Ryan, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Adam Noah Levine. The song was released on October 31, as the promotional single from the band's sixth studio album, "Red Pill Blues" ().
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