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The Letter

This song is by The Rascals and appears on the album Search And Nearness (1971).

This song is a cover of "The Letter" by The Box Tops.
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The Letter
Gimme a ticket for an aeroplane
I got time to take a past train
Lonely days are gone, I been goin' home
My baby she wrote me a letter.

I don't care how much money I got to spend
I got to get back home to see my baby again
I told you long lonely days are gone, I'm a-going home
My baby she wrote me a letter.

Well she wrote me a letter
She said she couldn't live without me no more
Got a message, Mister can't you see?
I got to get back to my baby once more
Anyway that I can't.

I don't care how much money I got to spend
I got to get back to see my baby once again
Lonely lonely days are gone, I'm a-going home
To my baby she wrote me a letter.

Oh she wrote me a letter
She said that she couldn't live without me no more, no no, no no
Got a message, Mister can't you see?
I got to get back home to my baby once more
Anyway I can't make it.

Gimme a ticket for an aeroplane
I got to get back home to see my baby once again
Lonely lonely days are gone, I been goin' home
To my baby, she wrote me a letter
She wrote it.

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Wayne Carson Thompson

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