"Three Letters" as written by Neil Turner, Timothy Chipping and Richard Edwards....
Mother, remember you always said,
"Do whatever makes you feel happy"
Well I found no happiness where it seemed likely,
Where it was PROMISED,
That's why I have to try another place,

Father, please don't feel bad,
This child was never meant to grow old,
Surely? I'm sorry...
They told me, "Be true to yourself!"
Look where THAT got me:
Residue, surplus to Love.
Please realise that few days have passed,
Without envying those not long for this world,
Blessed with exemption from blame.

Teacher you stole my best times,
Rich in tests, poor in friends,
If downhill from now on,
Why prolong?
Waking was just a bad habit,
I picked up from birth,
That's why I want to try another place.
It can't be WORSE.


Lyrics submitted by haripotterhari

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