Letter to Hermione

Album: Space Oddity (1969)
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  • The hand that wrote this letter
    Sweeps the pillow clean
    So rest your head and read a treasured dream
    I care for no one else but you
    I tear my soul to cease the pain
    I think maybe you feel the same
    What can we do?
    I'm not quite sure what we're supposed to do
    So I've been writing just for you

    They say your life is going very well
    They say you sparkle like a different girl
    But something tells me that you hide
    When all the world is warm and tired
    You cry a little in the dark
    Well so do I
    I'm not quite sure what you're supposed to say
    But I can see it's not okay

    He makes you laugh
    He brings you out in style
    He treats you well
    And makes you up real fine
    And when he's strong
    He's strong for you
    And when you kiss
    It's something new
    But did you ever call my name
    Just by mistake?
    I'm not quite sure what I'm supposed to do
    So I'll just write some love to you Writer/s: David Bowie
    Publisher: TINTORETTO MUSIC, Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing, Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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