The Paul McCartney Project

Work - Did I Sign the Letter...

Written by Paul McCartneyCarl Davis

Album This song officially appears on the Liverpool Oratorio Official album.
Timeline This song has been officially released in 1991

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Song facts

Did I Sign the Letter…” is the fourth track of the sixth movement – entitled “Work” – of Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Oratorio, released in 1991.

V: WORK. Mary Dee’s office. She runs a hectic business staffed entirely by women. Mary Dee busies among the computers and fax machines, issuing orders as her girls lapse their concentration to fantasize of love. Meanwhile at Shanty’s office – where his rank does not match Mary Dee’s success – he is cajoled by colleagues to work less and play more. As one colleague, Mr. Dingle, tempts Shanty to slip off to the pub, at home Mary Dee indicates that she is pregnant.

“Liverpool Oratorio” liner notes

Last updated on July 11, 2019


Did I sign the letter that you typed up
Is Mr. Fisher on the flight to LA?
He's got the details of the takeover bid
And I'll be in a meeting with the Minister.

Minister, Minister of love.


Feeling confusion,
Fear of intrusion,
Frightened of losing my mind.
Dreams of the future,
Thoughts of myself left behind.

Working women at the top.

Will I ever stop?
Orders piling up and up.

Days go by like Thursday, Friday.

Always on the go.
Part of myself lives inside.

Officially appears on

Liverpool Oratorio

Official album • Released in 1991

1:34 • LiveL1

Concert From the concert in Liverpool, United Kingdom on Jun 28, 1991

Live performances

“Work - Did I Sign the Letter...” has been played in 2 concerts.

Latest concerts where “Work - Did I Sign the Letter...” has been played


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