"I Got Your Letter" as written by Dennis Steven Jagard, Steven Thomas Carnan, Tony Palermo and Glen Alexander Murray....
This morning's light met me in the closet,
Finally found your Fear and Loathing,
I swear I always meant to give it back,
Now I don't know who to give it to,
I close my eyes and I shut my mouth,
Never thought that this could ever happen here,
Got your letter can you see me read it?
Did you find what you were looking for?
I would like to ask you was it worth it?
But you won't, but you can't explain anymore,
We drive along in the lemons of our lives,
They'll pay attention to us,
Gotta stay strong don't let them say we're wrong,
Til we write our final words,
They found your rough draft in the garbage can,
Even your goodbye had every detail planned,
I sent some flowers to your parents house,
Couldn't drag myself to watch them put you down,
I took awalk to where we used to eat,
The memory of your laughter filled my beer,
It's so unreal that I still can't believe,
I still expect that I'll lookup to find you here


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"I Got Your Letter" as written by Glen Alexander Murray Dennis Steven Jagard

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    General Commentthis song is about a suicide note. i would like to ask you was it worth it but you wont but you cant explain anymore asking if it was worth it to kill yourself. he walks and remembers his friend. he finds the note he found when the person was dead and hid it away and has nobody to give it to its like his only memory of his friend he still has and he really misses his friend
    rbfboy212on June 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI agree with rbfboy212 although I think it is talking about a girlfriend who has killed herself, and he finds her suicide note and stuff.
    still-knee-deepon June 01, 2004   Link

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