"Mail" as written by and Mark J Sandman Ernest N Brookings....
Mail letters papers and packages
Delivered by carrier and train and planes
Sent and delivered through post
Regardless of sunshine or rains
Carriers delivered to home in person
Letters packages and paper
They may have some fun and arrive a little later
Trucks outdoor boxes and farms to assigned destination
There is no alarm no accurate devastation
Planes United States from Canada to Mexico destination as stated
Fuel gas from Texaco scheduled as noted
Train to outer station where mail bags deploy
The crew is allowed rations nothing is destroyed
Mail letters papers packages
Delivered by carrier train and plane
Sent and delivered through post
Regardless of sunshine or rains
Carriers delivered to home in person
Letters packages and paper
They may have some fun and arrive a little later


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"Mail" as written by Mark J. Sandman Ernest Noyes Brookings

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