Let's Wait Awhile" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson, released as the fifth single from her third studio album Control (1986). It was written and produced by Jackson and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, with Melanie Andrews also serving as co-writer. It is also the first song Jackson co-produced. The song was Inspired by a conversation Melanie Andrews had with her childhood boyfriend, just young teenagers at the time
ALet's Don't Wait BSince My True Love Said Goodbye. Companies, etc. Record Company – Loew's Incorporated. Related Music albums to Let's Don't Wait by Fred Wamble. 1. Michael Bolton - Wait On Love 2. Gary Barlow - Love Won't Wait 3. Frank Sinatra - You're Sensational, Johnny Concho Theme (Wait For Me) 4. Gil & Johnny - I Will Wait For You 5. Trends & Mr Dubz FT. Jammz - Mr Wait 6. Junior Mervin - Wait For Me 7. Justin Tubb - But Wait There's More 8. Betty Johnson - I'll Wait 9. Replacements, The - Can't Hardly Wait 10. Jane Morgan - I Will Wait For You, Love Me True.
Don't wait for me to come back Don't wait for me to come back around Though we drifted far apart You were always in my heart But don't wait for me to come Back down, back down.
Doug Wamble is that kind of artist. From the first notes of the opening track on his self-titled new release, you feel like you've known him all your life, but his sound is so fresh that the thrill of discovery remains. The ten original songs on DOUG WAMBLE blend a bounty of inspirations into a deeply personal and original sound. I love Doug Wamble and have all his albums. Doug is a jazz guitar player, but also a singer-songwriter with an amazing, distinctive voice.
Wamble stems from "Middle English wamelen, to feel nausea; see wem- in Indo-European roots," while amble stems from "Middle English amblen, from Old French ambler, from Latin ambulre, to walk. am·bled, am·bling, am·bles 1. To walk slowly or leisurely; stroll. 2. To move along at an easy gait by using both legs on one side alternately with both on the other. So can you wamble and amble at the same time? Try it yourself in the privacy of your own home. Or perhaps station yourself outside a local pub where you're likely to see creative examples of human locomotion. Anyway, good luck, but don't tell anyone I told you. Back to top. excaelis.