Artist: The Avett Brothers
Album: Second Gleam
The Avett Brothers
Baby, I asked you not to keep me waiting.
I told you now to keep me waiting.
Now the afternoon is fading on.
Donna, Bella Donna have you seen me?
Have you ever really seen me
Like I want for you to see me now?
Lonesome like you were when you were sixteen.
When maybe even I weren't listening.
Did I help when I was kissing you?
Donna, Bella Donna are you listening?
And were you ever really listening
Like I want for you to listen now?
Writer(s): Scott Yancey Avett, Timothy Seth Avett
Copyright: Ramseur Family Fold Music, Nemoivmusic, First Big Snow Publishing
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