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The Great Mail
Robbery lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very pretty country song recorded by Rex Allen Jr.
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The Great Mail Robbery Recorded by Rex Allen Jr. Written by Joseph Paul Allen
G He met me at the corner with his hand above his hip Am Prepared to shoot me down with his toy gun D7 He said I've got a little score to settle with you sir G And it's all about the way you hurt my mom
It seems that you've forgotten there's a letter in your pouch G7 C The one to tell her where my daddy's gone D7 And you'd better hand it over if you don't want to fight G Cause today I'm bringing daddy's letter home
I asked him what his name was he said my name is Tim Am And I'm momma's little man at six years old D7 Don't ask me any questions cause I'm here to rob the mail G And you'd better do exactly like you're told
Cause last night I heard momma crying and call my daddy's name G7 C She kept me up all night until the dawn D7 I'm really not a bad guy I don't want to shoot you down G But today I'm bringing daddy's letter home
Then his lips began to tremble and his hands began to shake Am He said I don't believe you understand D7 Since my daddy went away and left us here alone G I've done my best to be a little man
I thought that it might help my mom if I could rob the mail G7 C And try to find out where my daddy's gone D7 And the last thing that I promised her when I strapped on the gun G Today I'm bringing daddy's letter home
Ever since that day that Timmy tried to rob the mail G7 C I've wondered how a kid could be so strong D7 The last thing that he promised her when he strapped on his gun G Today I'm bringing daddy's letter home
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