My buddy Stevie, I loved him well
We had some laugh, he was sound as a bell
Our little lives, they ran parallel
He played with fire and got burnt as hell
And I'm remembering little things we done
We bummed the train out the beach in the sun
We'd steal some ice-pops and laugh and run
And through the sand dunes with finger guns
But one Stevie, he got bitten by a bug
He was fascinated by the life of the thug
He felt a weakling and he craved some power
But the thugs existence can soon turn sour

I'm missing you today
I'm missing you today
What I would give to see you smiling back at me...
And what I wouldn't do for one last laugh with you...

My buddy Chris, he was quiet but tough
And to his face you wouldn't call a puff
We done the boxing and had manys the scrap
To this young warrior I'll tip my cap
In Celtic times it wasn't seen as wrong
Till the Roman Empire with the shame came along
They called this love evil, and they done much harm
But if you're hurting no-one, you'll be in God's arms

But Chris and Stevie, I miss you both
Two more young people cut down from a rope
It breaks my heart that you went so far
To all young people, be proud of who you are!

I'm missing you today
I'm missing you today....
What I would give to see you smiling back at me...
And what I wouldn't do for one last laugh with you...

Talk to me and tell me how you feel.
Lean on me, I'm here, my love is real.


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