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In your letter ooh in your letter
In your letter ooh in your letter
In your letter ooh in your letter
In your letter ooh in your letter

In your letter you said you didn't love me
You said you're gonna leave me
But you could've said it better
Oh in your letter, you said you couldn't face me
You said you could replace me
But you could've said it better

You could've left him only
For an evening let him be lonely
But you hid behind your poison pen and his pride
You could've told him something
And proved to me you don't love him
But you hid behind your future full of lies

Instrumental bridge

You could've left him only
For an evening let him be lonely
But you hid behind your poison pen and his pride
You could've told him something
And proved to me you don't love him
But you hid behind your future full of lies

In your letter you said you didn't love me
You said you're gonna leave me
But you could've said it better
Oh in your letter, you said you couldn't face me
You said you could replace me
But you could've said it better



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