Thank you for the friendship
All those times you cared
The times I felt the most alone
I knew you were there
Thank you for the time we’ve spent
Both the good and bad
We’ve made a bond in steel
A bond I won’t forget
In those times of trouble
Ill be there to take your back
If you ever need me
Don’t hesitate to ask
I’ll be there to catch you
When you take a fall
You’ll never find yourself alone
Your back against the wall
Thank you for the friendship
All those times you cared
The times I felt the most alone
I knew you were there
Thank you for the time we’ve spent
Both the good and bad
We’ve made a bond in steel
A bond I won’t forget
In those times of trouble
I’ll be there to take your back
If you ever need me
Don’t hesitate to ask
Ill be there to catch you
When you take a fall
You’ll never find yourself alone
Your back against the wall


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    the perfect song for any former friend of whom you still care about even if you aren't friends.

    noisetodiebyon December 09, 2001   Link

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