The song was written by lead-singer, Steven Tyler and is the sixth song on Aerosmith’s self-titled debut album, Aerosmith. The song is mostly a rock and roll song, it starts off with a drum line.
I write these words and I’m going to send them home to you I’m going to write a letter, send it home first class, first class baby Let them know where I’m going to be.
Write A Letter Lyrics Soft as a voice, spoken from heaven Honey for my ears, temper my soul The warmth in the rain, the green in the bottom The echo in the night when a train whistle blows Holding up your arms, V is for victory Power versus force, power wins Radiate the joy from deep in your essence It’s always the beginning it’s always the end.Write me a letter send me a line make me feel better say you're still mine seems like a lifetime have you forgotten me I still remember when you went away my heart was breaking when you left that day you said you'd write me to dry my lonely tears I know you're having so much fun dancing, parties, and such remember darling I'm the one who is waiting to feel your tender touch Write me a letter.Song Lyrics Generator Have fun writing lyrics and experimenting with different musical styles. You can choose a musical genre or artist to inspire your creation, then you choose a few topics to write about and we map out a cool song based on your choices.
I'm gonna write a letter, gonna mail it today Just as soon as I think of the words to say I've been needing to send it for nearly a year There's a woman back home who's waiting to hear I meant to tell you, dear Susannah I'm a long way from Louisiana and you And I know I promised to be returning Just as soon as I've saved the money I'm earning.Read More
And write me a letter Before you walk away Under my pillow My heart keeps beating I, I need to know Is it really easy To walk away My heart can't take this beating I, I, I, I, I need to know Is it easy to just walk away Write me a letter Before you walk away Under my pillow Tell me anything you need me to know I'm so confused And a lot of things.Read More
I'm gonna sit right down and write myself a letter, And make believe it came from youuuuu. I'm gonna write words, Oh-so-sweet, They'er, gonna knock me offa my feet.Read More
The melody is the tune of your song, and represents the way your song will sound when the lyrics are sang. The best way to choose a melody for your song is to find a key comfortable for your to sing without straining your voice. Sing the lyrics of your song in a variety of different notes until you come up with a pattern of notes that sound good.Read More
Letter Lyrics from Billy Elliot musical. Song lyrics to Broadway show. Soundtrack listing.Read More
Song Lyrics From Around The World. I'm writing a letter to heaven To one that I always will love I'm sending my heart in this letter In care of the angels above.. I know that I'll miss her forever And that I'll be true through the years And that's why I'm writing this letter With ink that is made from my tears I'm writing a letter to.Read More
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - A Letter from Charlie Bucket Lyrics. CHARLIE: Dear Mr. Wonka, I know that you're a busy man You must have lots of mail to read. I'm writing for my family cause there's nothing special that I need. The time you take to read this letter will be time well spent, Because I've made a list of things You might want.Read More
The Rhythm of a Lyric Line. Each syllable of the lyric is joined to one musical note, meaning each word becomes part of a melody. The rhythm happens as a result of a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables within a phrase. Many lyricists indicate the unstressed syllables with “ba” and the stressed syllables with “BUM.” What makes each part stressed is the fact that the accented.Read More
Need a prompt? Go random! Automatically Write a Letter to a Politician The name of the politician you'd like to write to (e.g. Donald Trump, Theresa May) Two nouns that are aspects of this politician? (e.g. disposition, hair) The name of another politician an (e.g. Hilary Clinton, Boris Johnson) The cause you're writing about (e.g. Obama Care, free school meals) How does this cause make you feel?Read More