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Published on Oct 24, 2009
Aretha Franklin - Until You Come Back to Me
Written by Stevie Wonder, Morris Broadnax, and Clarence Paul
Though you don't call anymore I sit and wait in vain I guess I'll rap on your door tap on your window pane I wanna tell you, baby changes I've been going through, missing you 'til you come back to me that's what I'm gonna do
Why did you have to decide you had to set me free? I'm gonna swallow my pride and beg you to please see me I'm gonna walk by myself to prove that my love is true, all for you 'til you come back to me that's what I'm gonna do
Living for you, my dear is like living in a world of constant fear hear my plea I've gotta make you see that our love is dying
Although your phone you ignore somehow I must explain I'll have to rap on your door, tap on your window pane I'm gonna camp by your steps until I get through to you change your view 'til you come back to me that's what I'm gonna do 'til you come back to me that's what I'm gonna do
I'm gonna tap on your window pane, don't wanna wait in vain I'm gonna tap on your window pane, don't wanna wait in vain
Aretha Franklin's "Until You Come Back to Me" song is from her album, "Let Me in Your Life." It was recorded in 1973, between, April 10, 1973 - September 7, 1973. The song was released in 1973, but the album was released in February 25, 1974.