"Lullabye Letter" as written by and Kevin Cawley Ayers....
I've got something to tell you
Hold on, I wanted to thrill you
It's nice, makes you feel better
It's called the Lullabye Letter
Hold tight, I'm not trying to con you
Get ready, I'm going to lay it on you

You're the sweetest thing I see
I'm telling you it's no lie

I've got lights in my brain, girl
We'll have fights in the rain, girl
You'll be good and bad together
Writing songs and call that the weather
If you've got something to sing me
4 o'clock's the best time to ring me

You're the strangest scene I see
I'm telling you it's no lie

You're the sweetest thing I've seen
In my life...

Lyrics submitted by Chip Spitz

"Lullabye Letter" as written by Kevin Cawley Ayers

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    General Commentthe way relationships work, when things excite you more for no reason. wonderful song.
    whalemilkon August 20, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI've got lights in my brain - such a psychedelic verse! Same style of "My head is a nightclub (...) get out of my dream!"
    You will be missed, Kevin
    Camel fanon April 08, 2015   Link

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