I’m feeling fine, you should see the lights here. Amazing- as if the universe were sitting on Earth,
On the bus as we came in, we turned down a dark street
And on a Church wall glowed a blue neon cross.
It almost made me cry again.
I found my room, it’s in a large building in a nice spot,
I’ve met my neighbors, they all seem nice.
You should hear the sounds of the city at night,
It’s like a recording of a dream.
I started work, I’m really enjoying it.
I hope you’re feeling better, I know this change is making me feel better
But I hope I’m not here too long; you know how I get
And how much I love home. Could you call Sal and tell her I’m OK?
Do you have any news? Can you tell everyone it’s going really well for me?
It sounds silly but it’s so big here, and so far away
I sometimes wish I’d stayed.
I haven’t seen him yet, but I’m sure he’ll arrive to see me soon.
I’ve called him to tell him I’m pregnant, but he hasn’t replied,
Could you try calling him? Could you make sure he’s here in town still if you speak to him?
I hope I don’t lose my job when the baby comes- but as soon as we’re together, it’ll be fine.
Anyway, don’t worry about me and sorry I cried when I left,
I was just tired.