E I got your letter yesterday It sure sounds like a crazy place. A It’s good to hear you're getting settled in. B Everybody says hello. They always ask me where’d you go E B I show them all the pictures that you sent. E I laughed when I read the part About your little quoting chart A It would always remind me where you’re at. B Have you found a cold Abita beer? Your sister wants a souvenir E But I just wanna know when your coming back A Here in Louisiana E You can smell the pecan pie A there's a pot of gumbo cookin B And the Saints, they've done alright. C# Tell those folks down in Georgia E That i said to treat you right. A I hope they know what they've got, B Im missing you a lot, E Here in Louisiana E I saw old man Thibodeaux, He told me to let you know A He’s got a second cousin lives up there B Wasn't quite sure where it was Remembers that he took a bus. E B He seems to think there were buildings everywhere. E He said “country music’s hard to find There ain't nowhere to wet a line. A I can’t see why you’d wanna live like that. B But i know you’ve got dreams to chase, That are bigger than this little place. E And i’ll be waiting if you ever do come back.