When you have something to celebrate, Or face something that you hate, When you are bored out of your mind, Or there are tasks and you’re lagging behind, You know you never have to do it alone, Just blast your friends’ phone.
They are the ones who cheer you up, Stand by you when times get rough. They are the ones you rely on, When life makes you feel torn, Oh, it’s so nice to have friends, They are the world’s best presents.
But having friends can be scary, You open up your vulnerabilities, And friends forever is such a myth, Those are rare, so offbeat, ‘Cause many just put on their mask, Till they are done with their task.
Friends are indeed beautiful creatures, But I’d rather associate with strangers, ‘Cause strangers don’t backstab, They don’t know your crap, Strangers can’t hurt you, The way friends do.
Oh, dear boy, you had such a beautiful smile, One that shone bright through your eyes. Oh, dear boy, you were such a kind soul, Wild, free and out of control. You were so carefree, I envied you Always surrounded by jolly hues.
But then, tragedy stuck you like lightening, Stole that smile, so bright and heart-warming. Rivers and rivers of tears were spilt, But, nothing healed your heart that split. Now you smile, a smile so formal, Your dark eyes, make my heart shudder. It’s all gone and forgotten you say, But it’s that tragedy running you every day.
What happened was cruel, I wish them upon none, But what you’ve become makes my heart burn. A shell of a man, that once was so jolly, A living dead, faking smiles so dolly. Cry your eyes out, break down once again, Fix yourself back to what used to be my friend. I shall stay by you side, take all the time you need, That jolly friend is the one who I dearly miss.