"Wally" as written by and Heather Mitchell....
Dear Wally I'm writing this letter sincerely
To tell you you're the sweetest boy I've ever known
Remember the USO when we met
You almost didn't go
Well, me and your two sons are very glad you did
When your eyes found me I could hardly breathe
I wanted you
Glad you wanted me

I never stopped falling in love with you Wally
From the first day I saw you
I was sailor-bound, I just knew
You had me, I was yours
We danced out, on the floor
And with each passing day
I only loved you more

That night was pure magic
Who would have imagined
It would become 55 loving wonderful years
Your job was not all easy
Those last years I could hardly speak
But when I looked at you, I knew nothing had changed
And when I was leaving
I could feel you hurting
But then I saw those angels
And I knew your love would want this for me

I never stopped falling in love with you Wally
From the first day I saw you
I was sailor-bound, I just knew
You had me, I was yours
We danced out, on the floor
And with each passing day
I only loved you more, more, more, more ,more

So while you're waiting
Know that I'm saying I love you
I love you

I never stopped falling in love with you Wally
From the first day I saw you
I was sailor-bound, I just knew
You had me, I was yours
We danced out, on the floor
And with each passing day
I only loved you more

You had me, I was yours
We danced out, On the floor
And with each passing day
I only loved you more

Dear Wally


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"Wally" as written by Heather Mitchell

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    General Commentthis song and Golden are the best on her album easily
    SMUSER17185761on July 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes me think of Alice Peacock's voice singing a song that sounds like the Hush Sound...
    And it is quite excellent...definitely one of the better ones on the album.
    Love, love, love the modulation at the end...
    grinreaperon September 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of a song by Yellowcard called Dear Bobbie...
    Dear bobbie has a clip at the beginning of an older man reading a letter to his wife.

    Iwontbeurwinteron January 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about her grandfather (or great grandfather I think) in her grandmother's point of view. He just recently died, so I read it on her blog :)
    oliviauncensoredon May 21, 2009   Link

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