Dead Letter Lyrics

from Album (Album Unknown) by Percy Faith & His Orchestra
Percy Faith (April 7, 1908 – February 9, 1976) was a Canadian-born bandleader, orchestrator, composer and conductor conducting , known for his lush arrangements of pop and Christmas Christmas music [more..]

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Say it loud, say it proud

â??cause noone can hear you.

Say what you need to say

And then lick it shut â??cause



Whatever you are, whatever you dream

This letter is a silent scream.

Wherever you hide, wherever you go

Noone will ever know.



This is the burden that you never asked for

This is a secret but youâ??ll keep it no more.

â??Cause on the cover it reads; open never, close forever.

This dead letter.



Tempted by the questions why

The longings of a child.

But paper canâ??t deny

even the calmest fire soâ?¦



Whatever you know, whatever you donâ??t

And all points in between.

Whatever you feel whenever you see

The things you shouldnâ??t show.



This is the burden that you never asked for.

This is a secret and youâ??ll keep it no more.

â??Cause on the cover it reads; open never, close forever.

This dead letter.



But should your package open

For strangerâ??s eyes.

Your sanctuary broken

All hope will die.



Whatever.

Whatever.

Whatever.



This is the burden that you never asked for

This is the love that you donâ??t care anymore.

This is the hurt that you wonâ??t carry inside.

This is the damage that you no longer hide.

â??Cause on the cover it reads: Open neverâ?¦Close forever.

This dead letter.


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