The Best (Dedicated to my best friend)
You better fix what you broke.
You never paid me back, you know?
I starting to wonder around this damn city and trying to figure out……….
No one feels sorry for me and nothings wrong.
I have the best life anyone could ever have.
I just think to much.
I hope this feeling will start to go away.
It’s been here for so long.
I need to get paid.
I never broke or took anything from you.
If I borrowed anything, I swear…. Id give it back to you.
I remember when it was late at night.
It was nine O’clock on a school night.
We’d be walking, talking about being roommates and going to college together.
I guess you had another friend.
I knew you had other’s and I wasn’t your best, but you were the best to me.
A sickness can tear friends apart, but I never thought It would tear me and you.
You’ve got at lest three people to lean on.
When I look around at everyone I know, I can’t talk to them just anything.
You broke it first.
I would never had done that, but you had other plans. Remember this, I will always stand by your side.
I will always help you out and show your around.
This one thing, I will carry to my grave.
I’ll live with it forever and forever.
You will always be the best to me.
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