A Friend Of A Friend
by Tim Ponzek
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Verse 1
Last night I sat and talked with a friend of a friend
When those old stories begin, they never end
We smiled and talked and laughed about all the old times
How everybody seems
To go off chasing dreams
Verse 2
Did he recall a girl who appeared heaven sent
He laughed at my choice of wordsbut knew who I meant
Did he by chance ever hear what she's doing now
Just off somewhere he guessed
Not settled like the rest
Verse 3
I always used to take things lightly
Not thinking of the way things might be
I could miss a love I never knew
Now I could spend my whole life missing
Then lie in my grave still wishing
I was more than a friend of a friendto you
Verse 4
We spent most of the night thinking how it was then
Wishing we could live the past over again
Was there a thing at all that he might like to change
He said too much time alone
Can turn a heart to stone
Verse 5
I think it was the way I repeated her name
The tone of my voice revealed my little game
So did he really think that she still looks the same
He just shrugged a shoulder
Perhaps she looked older
Verse 6
I always used to take things lightly
Not thinking of the way things might be
I could miss a love I never knew
Now I could spend my whole life missing
Then lie in my grave still wishing
I was more than a friend of a friendto you
Verse 7
I always used to take things lightly
Not thinking of the way things might be
I could miss a love I never knew
Now I could spend my whole life missing
Then lie in my grave still wishing
I was more than a friend of a friend to you

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Writer(s):Lyrics © OPUS FROMUS PUBLISHING
Copyright: TIM PONZEK



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