Brielle King


Sister


You've had eighteen long years
And I've been there since the start
It seems we've drifted apart sometimes
But I have always held you close in my heart

Now as we stand at the crossroads
Go our separate ways
Know that I am here for whatever
No matter

Oh, sister
You can call on me
Whether you're laughing and smiling
Or crying and sad
Oh, sister
I am always here for you
Whatever life puts you through
Always remember, never forget
You can call on me

I have watched you grow in so many ways
You were always by my side
It almost seemed we were glued together
But now I realize not forever

As we spread our wings and fly
To places yet unseen
Know I am here for whatever
No matter

Oh, sister
You can call on me
Whether you're laughing and smiling
Or crying and sad
Oh, sister
I am always here for you
Whatever life puts you through
Always remember, never forget
You can call on me

As I pray a prayer for you
I know that God will watch over all that you do
But when you just need someone who cares
Know that I am always here for you

Oh, you can call on me
Oh, you can call on me
You know you can call on me

Oh, sister
You can call on me
Whether you're laughing and smiling
Or crying and sad
Oh, sister
I am always here for you
Whatever life puts you through
Always remember, never forget
You can call on me

Oh, sister
Oh, sister

Submitted: Thursday, November 06, 2008
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