"Friends Forever" as written by Donna Miller and Peter Lurye....
I was a debater
Was not a stoner nor an inline skater
Was not a player nor a player hater
I was just a bookworm on a respirator
Who's to say that's wrong

I was in the chess club
Didn't have a swimming pool much less a true love
Didn't have a dalliance much less a hot tub
I was just a brain whose brain never let up
Who's to say that's wrong

The twelve years after five
Are years we're lucky to survive
Hang in there friends forever
In memory far away
Hang in there friends forever
In memory far away

Went out for the football team
Found out the hard way that you can't live your Dad's dream
Had pretty thin skin to be in the machine
Then I found a guitar and the rest's a fanzine
Who's to say that's wrong

The moral of the song
Is that the high school kids are wrong
You know they have been all along
Come graduation day you'll be gone
Hang in there friends forever
In memory far away

Lyrics submitted by thegirlmostlovely

"Friends Forever" as written by Murray Hammond Kendall Dewayne Bethea

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Walt Disney Music Company

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    MemoryThis song reminds me of the Zack Attack and their song of the same title. I think this one is better though.
    Viper3123on March 30, 2010   Link
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    General CommentPretty obvious meaning: the platitudes and songs about how your school years are the best years of your life are just plain wrong. The smart kids who weren't cool in high school are the ones who wind up with successful, happy lives after high school, and anyone who thinks high school was the best is probably pretty lame & pathetic as an adult. Makes me think of Randy Floyd in Dazed and Confused, who says, " “If these are the best years of my life, remind me to kill myself.”
    sharkycharmingon October 11, 2013   Link

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