"That Letter" as written by and Mccaughey....
Narrator: Well now you know the score here in the Pacific Northwest.
Uh-oh. Here's one we missed.

We haven't been friends for a long time
but you understand why I do what I do
It's threatening to end in the meantime
but you understand what I'm going through
I'm not the same as before and I don't know if I like it
But listen to me
Don't make me wear that letter
Don't tear up this happy home
It wouldn't be that much better to do it all alone

One day when we're far along we'll look back on this heart break
and it will seem quaint
But right now what wrong feels wrong
Don't think I'm evil but I don't want to be a saint
Sure I'm not the same as before and I don't know if I like it
But listen to me now
Don't make me wear that letter
Don't tear up this happy home
It wouldn't be that much better to do it all alone

No I'm not the same as before and I don't know if I like it
But listen to me now
Don't make me wear that letter
Don't tear up this happy home
It wouldn't be that much better
No it wouldn't be that much better
It wouldn't be that much better to do it all alone



Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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