Treasure Island

Dan Jones

(Stafford)

Friends


Friends are people nothing more nothing less
Friendly people as you probably guessed
People who'll be there when you are down
And with soothing words take away your frown
When they're upset you'll be there too
Just the same as when they were there for you
A friend is someone in which you can trust
But being trustworthy back is an absolute must
However every so often you'll find someone
Who'll say they're your friend but when you need them they're gone
Only in crisis to you finally find out
Who your friends are who for you will look out
These are the people to stay with to the end
Because these are the people who are truly your friend

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011

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