"Noble" as written by Ken Casey, Rick Barton and Matthew Edward Kelly....
You grew up honest and straight,
Always one of the guys
The laughs, the brews, good friends forever
"Drinking Camaraderie"
But then one night you were taken from us,
gone forever lost
Stolen away in an Ashmont Second
And I'll never forget the cost.
Number one!

[Chorus]
He was a kid from the neighborhood
Cut down in a brutal fight
on a cold and lonely Ashmont night.

Coming up in a Turbulent Neighborhood,
He always stood upright
When things would turn for the wrongful doing,
Rob went to the right
But he was never given a chance
To traverse down life's path
Now with all these put into perspective,
Noble this one's for you
Number one!

[Chorus: x2]

Never forget the great person you were
The pain and loss still burns
So much you had, but never realized
It never came your turn

He was a kid from the neighborhood
He was a kid from the neighborhood
He was a kid from the neighborhood
Cut down in a brutal fight
on a cold and lonely Ashmont night.


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"Noble" as written by Matthew Edward Kelly Ken Casey

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    General CommentI think its about how one of his friends was killed in a fight, or something
    Rapala46on December 26, 2005   Link

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