Treasure Island

Aric Beers


My Greatest Friend


You're always there when I'm in need
You get to me with the greatest speed
When I call you will reply
And you help me when I want to cry
You've become my greatest friend
A friendship that'll last till the end
But when do I cry when you're sad
When have I been there to make you glad
You're always there when I need you
And I'd like to be there for you too
Break my heart for what breaks yours
You and me, let's settle the scores
You're my God but you're more than that
You're my friend with whom I chat
I'm just a man but I'll to my best
To hold to you, withstand the test
When I'm sad you're with me
Now with you I'll try to be
You're my God and you're my friend
I'll stand for you until the end

Submitted: Sunday, February 03, 2013

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