Treasure Island

Kelsey Joe

Best Friend coming home

It's been three years
Since I saw you last,
And now I ran into you once again
And it happened so fast.

Moving away from me
Was the hardest thing,
But getting you back
Makes me want to sing.

With the first 'hello'
I knew fate brought you here,
Now you're staying forever
But you might leave again, so I fear.

We can hang out like old times
And talk about our memories,
Things weren't the same
Missing you was like a disease.

Stay by me always
And forever more,
So I will never lose you
Like I did before.

Don't leave me again
For forgetting you was hard,
But now that you're back
It'll be in fate's card.

It's been three years
Did you miss me all this time? ,
I'm glad you're here
Because now life's perfect.

Our friendship from now won't lack,
Because I have my Best Friend back!

Submitted: Sunday, December 09, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 29, 2011

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