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Let me write you a letter
Then again I'll send a telegram
Though I know you're not worth the effort
Yet again I'll script another scam
Jot it down
Words half wound
Open your Town
I'm a clown, how profound
Make a big frown
Hello move right along
Heres the part I really mean
Don't you dare write me back
I don't care what you're doing
And I don't care when you'll be in town.
Said what I said it's all true
True you know it's nearly nothing new
I figure you'll find this letter has meaning than I meant it
Jot it down words have wound up in your town (Up in your town!)
I'm a clown, how profound
Make a big frown
Hello move right along
Heres the part I really mean
Don't you dare write me back
I don't care what you're doing
And I don't care when you'll be in town.
(*Whistling*)
Jot it down (Jot it down!)
Words half wound (Words have wound!)
Up in your town (Up in your town!)
I'm allowed (I'm allowed!) write the letter (Write the letter!) with regrets
Hello move right along
Heres the part I really mean
Don't you dare write me back
I don't care what you're doing
And I don't care when you'll be in town.



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