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I came across this letter I wrote to you after our last fight.
We were down in jamaica. to say the least, things hadn't worked out right.
And I guess we just lost contact somewhere down the line.
I just wanted you to know that I'm doing fine.

Remember that old diner? we used to meet there after your night class.
I told you things I'd never told no one.
You just smiled at me and said, "you can't live in the past."
I just wanted you to know...

I'm doing fine when I don't think of you.
Girl, I hope you're all right.
('cause I'm doing fine) I'm doing fine when I don't close my eyes,
See your face one more time.
I'm doing fine.

I was never good at writing letters, don't want to complicate your life.
Besides, I don't even know where you live now,
Though I found your number, nearly dialed it once or twice.
I hear you married some rich architect.
Congratulations, I'm happy for you most of the time
I just wanted you to know...

I'm doing fine when I don't think of you.
Girl, I hope you're all right.
('cause I'm doing fine) I'm doing fine when I don't close my eyes,
See your face one more time.
I'm doing fine.

Don't worry about me, I just hope you're all right.

I came across this letter I wrote to you after our last fight.
You should know I'm doing fine.



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