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He performed the song again in front of the judges during Hollywood rounds, as well as Rascal Flatts's "Bless the Broken Road".
During the group auditions, Yamin and his group performed "It's In Her Kiss" (aka "The Shoop Shoop Song") from The Hollies; Simon Cowell disliked the group performance, but Randy Jackson said Yamin was the best one in his group, and Paula Abdul said it was a good thing she could look past two left feet, in a way of saying he did not dance well but he could definitely sing.
Yamin has lived in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, model Jaime Paetz, since competing in the fifth season of American Idol in 2006.
Yamin has an older half-sister on his mother's side, Jodi Queen, a married mother of two children (Yamin's niece Sophia and nephew Jed) who lives in Encinitas (San Diego), California; and a younger brother, Scott Yamin, in pharmacy school at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina.
He was sent through by the judges and made it through to the finals of the competition.
Yamin was born in Los Angeles, California, to father Shaul Yamin, a Jewish Israeli of Iraqi Jewish descent, and mother Claudette Goldberg Yamin (d.
Yamin also released two Christmas collections: Sounds of the Season: The Elliott Yamin Holiday Collection in October 2007 and My Kind of Holiday in October 2008.
Yamin's sophomore album, titled Fight for Love, was released on May 5, 2009.
He still longs for her but she is no longer feels the same about him.
Thus, Elliott is left to “wait” for her to catch feelings for him again.
[Pre-Chorus 1] So why does your pride make you run and hide? But I know it's a lie, what you keep inside This is not how you want it to be [Chorus] So, baby, I will wait for you Cause I don't know what else I can do Don't tell me I ran out of time If it takes the rest of my life Baby, I will wait for you If you think I'm fine, it just ain't true I really need you in my life No matter what I have to do, I'll wait for you [Verse 2] Been a long time since you called me (How could you forget about me?