Rabbitt, Eddie - What Will I Write Lyrics




What will I write
On this piece of paper?
How can I tell her
I don't love her anymore?
What can I say
To break it to her gently?
Words, they don't come easy
To my mind like before

Where are the words
That once felt like honey from my lips
When I was so eager for your kiss
And we were falling in love
Where are they now
Now that I need the very best
Not that they'll hurt her any less

But what will I write
To tell her that's it's over
And that it's not another
That's taken me away
What can I say
To break it to her gently?
They just don't come easy
When there's nothing left to say

Where are the words
That once felt like honey from my lips
When I was so eager for your kiss
And we were falling in love
Where are they now
Now that I need the very best
Not that they'll hurt her any less

What will I write
On this piece of paper?





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Rabbitt, Eddie What Will I Write Comments
  1. Betty Stone

    The song is the feelings in my heart. Rest in Peace Eddie your talent is greatly missed but the remembering of you by you tube brings you back to the country music legends that alot enjoyed then and present.

  2. Betty Stone

    maybe a man singing it but the words tell it all!!!!! Martin , Summer/Sumner/Lee aka new or old names you wanted to share a
    song to a man I have no feelings for.

  3. Vinit Kshirsagar

    My favorite Eddie Rabbit song, brings back memories...

  4. Lasse 1964

    one of the best country songs of the magical 80s...

  5. venkat Raman S.

    Who has written the lyrics? Is it the same as this singer?

    Not Sorry

    venkat Raman S. Yes, it's an Eddie Rabbitt song. It really breaks your heart.

    M Paxton

    Not Sorry Yes this tore me up the first time I heard it. My boyfriend had left me and I was pregnant. I hadn't had a chance to tell him, and he doesnt know to this day. I had a miscarriage a month later. That was 40 years ago and I still love him so and never got to tell him that him about the baby, and how sorry I was. Sometimes I'm a sad old woman.