Waiting for You, directed by Charles Garrad, starring Fanny Ardant and Colin Morgan Waiting for You Compelled by grief and curiosity a young Englishman travels to France where he meets an eccentric older woman and unearths truths about the father he never really knew and about himself.
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You should use 'waiting for you'. It is a transitive phrase. This means that the verb (waiting) needs one or more words. You could also say, 'waiting on you'.
I'll Be Right Here Waiting For You Lyrics: Oceans apart, day after day / And I slowly go insane / I hear your voice on the line / But it doesn't stop the pain / If I see you next to never / How.
means "I promise to wait for you". (In theory there's a contrast with "I shall wait for you", which is supposed to be simple expectation about the future, but because the distinction is subtle, and both forms abbreviate to "I'll wait for you." in speech, you may as well forget it.).
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