The song is written by just the Saga-members; Michael Sadler, Jim Crichton, Ian Crichton, Jim Gilmour and Steve Negus. Matrix, Runout: 7A065352.
Although it makes sense by itself, it would make complete and better sense as part of another sentence. Like:- I am so excited is finally coming to town. I have been waiting for so long. OR I have been waiting for so long. a vycp d taD ld b Y y Talkm lql P W r z o s W pPxA r NIyeY i QiTh t fydzq i mL n Xu g JjEu A Vwx i AGeG d cAzN.
How long have you been waiting? and How long have you waited? I think the first one is over. She was trying to explain why adding "for three hours" makes a difference for her. She says "three weeks" is a past time period and using it forces past tense. Unfortunately, she begins with "As soon as a past time period has ended", with present perfect for a past time period.
This ain’t the truth I wanna find Or am I dreaming Maybe I’m blind This ain’t the place I said I always wanna live in Maybe I’m blind. See I’ve been waiting for so long Waitin’ for so long See I’ve been waiting for so long Why does it always seem so wrong Ooo, it seems so wrong See I’ve been waiting for so long
I've been waiting here for hours implies that the action has been occurring and is still occurring at the time when you are saying it ("I've been waiting here for hours and he still hasn't shown up!"). I waited here for hours" is better used to describe an action which was completed in the past ("I waited here for hours yesterday and the man never showed u. ) Almost always in your example the correct response will be "I've been waiting here for hours. If you are talking about " How Long " or the "Duration" of the time, or how long you have waited. It is better to use Present Perfect Progressive (with ING in the end). So I would say " I have been waiting here for hours" is better than "I have waited here for hours". In other hand you better use Perfect Present Tense if the verb is non action
You ask: (how long I learn I Arabic?) how long have you been learning Arabic? 2 You have just arrived to meet a friend. She is waiting for you. You ask: (wait I long?) Have you been waiti. For each situation, ask a question using the words in brackets. 1 You have a friend who is learning Arabic. You ask: (how long I learn I Arabic?) how long have you been learning Arabic? 2 You have just arrived to meet a friend. You ask: (wait I long?) Have you been waiting long? 3 You see somebody fishing by the river. You ask: (catch I any fish ?) have you caught any fish?
|4||Don't Be Late||6:26|
|5||Wind Him Up||5:42|
|9||On The Loose||4:49|