"To Sir With Love (bonus Track)" as written by and Don/london Black....
Those school girl day
If telling tales and bitting nails are gone
But in my mind I know they still live on and on
But how do you thank someone

Who was taken you from crayons to perfume
It isn't easy but I'll try
If you wanted the sky
I'd write across the sky in letters

That would soar a thousand feet high
To sir with love
The time has come
For closing books and lock less looks like stares

And as I leave I know that I am leaving my best friend
A friend who taught me right from wrong
And weak from strong that's a lot to learn
What can I give you in return

If you wanted the moon
I would try to make a start but I
Would rather you let give my heart
To sir with love

Lyrics submitted by tinkle_tinkle_drip

"To Sir With Love" as written by Mark London Don Black

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    General CommentThis song has an extremely deep and emotion tag on me, but not because I left my best friend, but because one of my best friends left me.....that best friend being my brother who was with me from crayons to perfume, did teach me alot but chose to take his own life (in my house), which was not only a big lesson in right from wrong, but took me from weak to strong. I still love him with all my heart and will always dedicate to him "To Sir With Love"......
    Ltl1againon October 05, 2002   Link
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    My OpinionThis song is kind of gross. Would work well for the Lolita soundtrack.
    stonyt10on May 19, 2015   Link

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