"Love Letters" as written by and Michael Jude Christodal....
Way down in soho town
Where the lovely people love to be
And they all write all their best lines down
And they hope their hair turns white like Andy
There's a man who was almost king
He was lionized when they left the ring
And some time away was soon the end
And the truth is there's no one you can depend on
And Love, I know you're gone for good
I can't go back, but I know I should
A Boticellian beauty was with a body of jelly and a boot there because she turned the corner
She turned some heads and
Before it was cool she wore black and blue keds
Sit and spin his old thirty threes
It was groovy again to know
Chucky's in love with a friend
You can fall in the arms of each other
And nothing is like that brother
And Love, I know you're gone for good
I can't go back, but I know I should
Love is larger than letters
Taking up his sword again
It was a Mont-Blanc monogrammed pen
And he wielded the power of his PHD
While he sat there
And glouded his green screen tragedy
And Love, I know you're gone for good
I can't go back, but I know I should
Love, I know you're gone for good
I can't go back, but I know I should
Love is larger than letters


Lyrics submitted by lotamilka

"Love Letters" as written by Michael Jude Christodal

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Love Letters song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General CommentJason Mraz wish he was Jude.

    No seriously, this song is great. Another underrated talent. To me, this song is about a poet who has a knack for capturing the 'lovely moments' of others, but has never had the pleasure of experiencing a real life love affair of his own. Each stanza is a brief moment in time.
    ophelia219on February 22, 2006   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain