"I Never Fail to Deliver the Mail" as written by and Smith/lurie/gray....
I never fail to deliver the mail
I never fail to deliver the mail
Tyrone the mail man, Tyrone the mail man
Tyrone the mail man does no fail

When you need to send a letter
Or send a card or even better
A birthday gift to show you care
I'm the guy who gets it there

I never fail to deliver the mail
I never fail to deliver the mail
Tyrone the mail man, Tyrone the mail man
Tyrone the mail man does no fail

Not rain or snow or gloom of light
Mosquito bites or busted light
No smelly smells or scary sounds
Will keep me from my post route

An envelop or package, a parcel or a box
Or a 53 pound bag of dirt and bricks and rocks
The size it doesn't matter, the weight I just don't care
As long as there's a postal stamp the mailman gets it there

I never fail to deliver the mail
I never fail to deliver the mail
Tyrone the mail man, Tyrone the mail man
Tyrone the mail man does no fail


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"I Never Fail to Deliver the Mail" as written by Mcpaul Smith Evan Lurie

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