My Old Friend

Album: Live Like You Were Dying (2004)
Charted: 79
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  • My old friend, I recall
    The times we had, hanging on my wall
    I wouldn't trade them for gold
    'Cause they laugh and they cry me
    Somehow sanctify me
    They're woven in the stories I have told, and tell again
    My old friend, I apologize
    For the years that have passed
    Since the last time you and I
    Dusted off those memories
    The running and the races
    The people and the places
    There was always somewhere else I had to be
    And time gets thin, my old friend
    Don't know why
    Don't know why
    Don't know why
    Don't know why

    My old friend, this song's for you
    'Cause a few simple verses was the least that I could do
    To tell the world that you were here
    'Cause the love and the laughter
    Will live on long after
    All of the sadness and the tears
    We'll meet again
    My old friend...goodbye
    Goodbye
    Goodbye
    Goodbye

    My old friend
    My old friend
    Goodbye
    Goodbye Writer/s: CRAIG WISEMAN, STEVE MCEWAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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