Beccy Mawson

Rookie (27/10/91 / Sheffield)

You're my friend


When you are sad
I will dry your tears,
When you are scared
I will comfort your fears.

When you are worried
I will give you hope,
When your upset
I will help you cope.

You're not on your own
I'll always be here,
When I'm not by your side
I'll always be near.

When you turn the corner
And your on your way,
Shout my name
That's all you'll need to say.

Beccy's the word
People shout
Beccy's the person
Who they kick out.

I am alone with no help
I am the person who has nothing,
I am the person you talk about
I am the person who has no friends.
I sing my heart out
And make-up words,
I make them match
The way i hurt.

The way i hurt
Reflects on others,
The way i hope
Supports my mother.

The dreams i dream
Help me cope,
And the wishes i wish
Give me hope.

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 21, 2011
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