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Though the miles are between us I thought our love would strengthen
As it has so many times before
But something has happened I can see it in your eyes
I can feel my world is crumblin' and the blues are at my door
The last letter that you wrote was on a blue piece of paper
That old feelin's back the clouds are moving in
The beginning of the end is near I feel your love has faded
Into darkness it seems I have no friend I feel the blues movin' in
[ guitar ]
Oh it's not the words you wrote that made me sad and broken hearted
That's put me in this sad shape I'm in
Tween the lines are mixed emotions and there's teardrops on the paper
You said that's all I'll write today I'll cose for now old friend
The last letter that you wrote...
[ fiddle ]
My state of mind is desperate and this hole that I'm sinking in
Gets deeper while I'm digging to get out
Oh please give the right answer to the questions I'm asking
Tell me you still love me that would turn my world about
The last letter that you wrote...
I feel the blues movin' in I feel the blues movin' in
[ mandolin - fiddle ]



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