My girl she supports me and that's not supposed to be
When she starts to fight with me she knows that I can't win
Sometimes she believes in me and gives me a big kiss
Then, sometimes she doesn't I start to get real pissed

I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read

It happens once a month we get into a fight
Arguing in circles and not knowing who's wrong or right
Tempers start flaring and articles start to fly
She has all her friends convinced that I'm a crazy guy

I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read

When it's time to walk alone-
The feeling hits me in the place
That place that only she can touch
Not just any pretty face
When it's time to walk alone-
The feeling hits me in the place
That place that only she can touch
Not just any pretty face

She's a queen and doesn't even know this
Ruling that kingdom in my heart
When I'm gone and running with the devil
She'll be at home waiting patiently

I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
I wrote her this love letter
But she don't know how to read
But she don't know how to read
But she don't know how to read
But she don't know how to read
But she don't know how to read


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Love Letter Lyrics as written by Frank Casillas Eddie Casillas

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    i love this song lol i think it's about a couple where the guy thinks he's in charge & tries to be all tough but in reality the woman's in charge..basically just a normal couple :D

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