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norman hale

Rookie (2/18/1963 / ohio)

We Are Friends Until The End

Though we started casually
With both our hearts needing a mend
Now I wouldn't trade you for the world
We are friends until the end

Though you didn't believe me
When I said 'You are a Heaven send'
Now we are so much closer
We are friends until the end

Though we've had our own troubles
We have been there, with a hand to lend
Because that's what good friends do
We are friends until the end

Though we've had our times
When backwards we might bend
But that's what good friends are for
We are friends until the end

Though we had so many good times
And I hope we do again and again
Just another reason for us to smile
We are friends until the end

Though we're not even related
I feel we're next of kin
That's just the bond between us
We are friends until the end


wrote 2/23/2008 by Norman Hale Jr.

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2008
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