Give Friendship a Little Time
Let’s have a seat and talk a while,
About the friendship that makes us smile
About yesteryears that came our way
That made us who we are today.
Let’s look back to the friends that we were once
As Classmates and lovers of a short-lived romance
The joys and pains of youth that we once had
Can we forget them just as that?
Let’s sit and talk a while,
Of the friendship that we now have;
Tamed and responsible as it should,
Like the matured people that we are now.
Isn’t it nice that we have each other now?
Not as classmate, nor lovers but best friends?
Isn’t it great that after all those long years of being apart
We managed to reconnect and make a new start?
So let’s sit and talk awhile
Talk about the beautiful friendship that we now have,
How this friendship brings out the best in me,
The way it brings out the best in you.
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