"Federal Mail" as written by and Justin Rutledge....
Write a long letter to you,
from a tree-lined avenue,
and send it by the federal mail

Make enough coffee for two,
check for spelling mistakes when I'm through,
and send it by the federal mail

'Cause all I do is think of you, dear,
and all I do is wish you were here
And all I do is think of you, dear,
and all I do is wish you were here

I've got a cowboy hat and a prayer
and a heart that it's in need of repair
And I prefer winter to fall

I've got a leafless family tree
and a short-term memory,
but, baby, I remember it all

And all I do is think of you, dear,
and all I do is wish you were here
And all I do is think of you, dear,
and all I do is wish you were here


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