"My Friend" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, James Gerad Gilmour and Michael Anthony Sadler....
The winter now is finally passed
I'm re-acquainted with my dreams
All that was done yesterday
The things that I believed
I feel a new strength restored in me

I wonder what you're thinking now
Or if you even see
You wish that you could change the past
Have you taken all you need
I know that you're not laughing now

[Chorus]
Many years have gone by my friend
So many miles down the road
The well still runs and I ride the spokes
Each new season brings

Darkness falls on behind me
I'm starting now to find my way
It's over now and you're nowhere near
I still can't hear your name


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"My Friend" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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