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SECOND LETTER HOME (Andrew Lloyd Webber (m) Don Black (l) ) as recorded by Marti Webb with the London Philharmonic Orchestra 1980 Mom, I know you'll think I'm potty, but at last I think I've found him! He's young but he's mature and you will love him, I can tell! He says one day we'll marry and I don't think I should rush him, But if he gets his skates on we can have some kids as well! There are lots of things I miss, mom, no-one makes a normal sandwich, You need Goliath's mouth to eat the ones New Yorkers buy! I long to find a drink that hasn't got an ice cube in it, And for an English sausage I swear I would gladly die! Anyway, as I was saying, he can't sit still a minute, He's not like Neville Braithwaite, this one likes to dance all night! He does a lot of travelling and when he goes I miss him, For once I think it's safe to say I'm doing something right! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2020)


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