Marci King - Waiting For The 9:25. Mabel King - Go Back Home Young Fella.
Wait for me, and I'll come back! Wait in patience yet When they tell you off by heart That you should forget. Even when my dearest ones Say that I am lost, Even when my friends give up, Sit and count the cost, Drink a glass of bitter wine To the fallen friend - Wait! And do not drink with them! Wait until the end! Wait for me and I'll come back, Dodging every fate! 'What a bit of luck!' they'll say, Those that did not wait. They will never understand How amidst the strife, By your waiting for me, dear, You had saved my life
I am come back was used, but it is extremely archaic and no longer considered good grammar. People will understand you, but it’s not ‘comfortable’ English. I am (I’m) coming back is perfectly fine, and good English. The sentence examples, in the question, actually mean two different things: I’m (I am) coming back speaks of a future event (. I am coming back, sometime in the future’. For example: I’m coming back. I’m on my way, right now. I’ll be there soon. Whereas: I’m (I am) back is a present tense situation. The way they had you hooning around those little twisty roads, and you on the anticoagulants, you could easily have been killed. I’ll see you back here. k views · View 5 Upvoters.
The Country Music Hall Of Fame. Waiting For The Mail. Monday 25 February 2019. 0. Thursday 28 February 2019. Considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing, he was universally known as the King of Western Swing.
Wait for me, and I'll come back! Wait with all you've got, Wait, when dreary yellow rains. What a bit of luck! - they'll say. Those that would not wait. They will never understand, How amidst the strife. By your waiting for me, dear. You had saved my life. Only you and I will know.