The closest we'll ever get to heaven
With a stolen six-pack from seven eleven
And though the city sleeps, I bet she never dreams,
She never dreams like you and me.
I know it's been a while since I saw your smile
But I hope you're doing great.

My old friend I haven't seen you since spring 2008.

The years will come and go before we know it we'll be old
Summer is already over and it's getting cold.
In the ice and snow
we can hardly keep our cigarettes in glow.
So tell me when the wild wind blows
How do you hold on to your soul?

I hope all of your dreams became your reality
And if not I hope you're living in your dreams.
You know I kept them all 'cause I meant to
All the letters I wrote but never sent you.

I google you sometimes but the search results never fit.
'cause someone with the same name is getting all of it.
And maybe the digital age
Left you behind.
But you never left my mind.



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