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For the last time
She's walkin' down
The little dusty road
And sheґs greeting the people
(Who) live for yesterday
And she knows
They are talkin' 'bout her
News came from abroad

She believes in words from far away -
Read today
(Ooh) she's bound for U.S.A. -
No, she won't stay

Letter from America
Way from Arkansas
And she knows
This love can't wait
Letter from America
And no road's too far
And she knows
This man's her fate
Letter from America
Letter from America

When she closes
Her eyes she's flyin'
High up to the sky
Little visions of childhood
Tales of yesterday
But she's feelin'
Her time has come now
She will leave tonight

She believes in words from far away -
Read today
Ooh, she is bound for U.S.A. -
No, she won't stay

Letter from America
Way from Arkansas
And she knows
This love can't wait
Letter from America
And no road's too far
And she knows
This man's her fate
Letter from America
Letter from America
Baby, when tomorrow comes
Baby, when tomorrow comes
Baby, when tomorrow comes
I'll be with you

At dawn the silhouette
Of a big foreign city is
Growin' out of the misty
Atmosphere of a new
Morning and she knows:
Those lonely nights are over
Those lonely nights are over

Letter from America
Letter from America



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