"Letter to You" as written by and Shannon/gould Noll....
Staring out the window, here I go again
Been down this road a hundred times, still don't know what's round the bend
Tryin' to figure up from down, sometimes I don't know where to turn
I know one thing's for certain, one thing

I've had to learn
It was you, I had to work it out
Now you know it's true, I can't do without
I sent my heart in a letter to you
But the pages are torn in two
I lost my head staring at your photograph
Cause it's hard to write a song for you

Standing at a crossroad, looking back this way again
I've met a thousand people but I'm back where I began
Living in a daydream where no one ever gets me down
Your face beyond description, your voice the sweetest sound

Now I'm sure what I want you to see
But it's hard to find the words to bring you closer to me
I sent my heart in a letter to you
But the pages are torn in two

I lost my head staring at a photograph
Cause it's hard to write a song for you
Impossible to to say to you
Gone are the rainy days

Without you I'd be lost and I'd just drift away
Come so far just to be with you
Now I'm not letting go no matter what you do
It was you, I had to work it out
Now you know it's true, I can't do without
I sent my heart in a letter to you
But the pages are torn in two

I lost my head staring at your photograph
Cause it's hard to write a song for you
I'll say it in a letter it makes me feel much better
But the pages, the pages, the pages are torn in two

Now I'm staring at your picture, it makes me love you deeper
And it's so hard to write a song for you
To tell you how I feel for you


Lyrics submitted by kindacrazy

"Letter to You" as written by Shannon Neil Noll Adam Elliott Gould

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Spirit Music Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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