"The Letter" as written by David Martin Frank, Wayne Anthony Hector and James Morrison....
It's got my name on it,
And it's just waiting there for me,
I feel the cold run through my veins.

and it's got her shame on it,
She couldnt say it to my face,
But I won't waste time placing blame.

[Chorus]
But I know that I'll move on,
And tell myself I'll find me something better,
I let go and just forget her.
She was no good for me,
Deep down I know that's the way it has to be so,
How comes I still can't open this letter?
I can't forget her.

Really wish I could

Well, there must be a name for it,
Whatever this is you've done to me,
I'm all twisted up inside.

Well who's gonna pay for it,
If it's not you I guess it's me,
You left with you're life and took mine.

[Chorus: x 2]

it's got my name on it,
And it's just waiting there for me.


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"The Letter" as written by Wayne Hector James Morrison

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