Jeremy Williams

Rookie (11/11/1982 / Birmingham, England)

Funny Moments


There have been the good
As well as the bad
Try to forget all the sad
As there were also the funny
Those moments that hurt your tummy
They override the rest
For me they were always the best
Loved all the laughter
Even if it arose from a disaster
Remember the rice?
And all those mice?
How about that time in Jacksons?
All these moments were for real
And the price was a true steal
A friendship that is the real deal
And what we have to take from that
You summarised better than I ever could
So I'll always remember what you said to me
We've had our sad moments
But you prefer the funny
They were always far funnier than the sad
And for me they make up
Some of the best moments I've ever had

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2006

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  • Rookie Duncan Wyllie (2/17/2006 7:38:00 AM)

    Long live the happiest times.Life, Love and laughter.Well worth hearing Jeremy.Love Duncan (Report) Reply

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