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I'm Wasting Good Paper

This song is by George Jones and appears on the album New Country Hits (1965) and on the album Country Heart (1966).

I know I shouldn't do this but I will anyway
I'll write you this letter and I'll mail it today
I've told me you won't read it but I can't tell my mind
That I'm wasting good paper, a stamp and my time.

You make take what I'm writing as some sort of joke
For I said all this before in the last one I wrote
I know it won't be opened for you won't read one line
I'm just wasting good paper, a stamp and my time.

I sent you so many I can't count them all
And just like the others in the trash it will fall
I know you won't be wearing this name I now sign
I'm just wasting good paper, a stamp and my time.

(I sent you so many I can't count them all)
(And just like the others in the trash it will fall)
I know you won't be wearing this name I now sign
I'm just wasting good paper, a stamp and my time...

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