David Hartley My Funny Friend And Me cover

My Funny Friend And Me
by David Hartley
Lyrics and Meaning


Song Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
In the quiet time of evening
When the stars assume their patterns
And the day has made his journey
And we wondered just what happened
Verse 2
To the life we knew before the world changed
When not a thing I held was true
But you were kind to me and you reminded me
Verse 3
That the world is not my playground
There are other things that matter
And when a simple needs protecting
My illusions all would shatter
Verse 4
But you stayed in my corner
The only world I knew was upside down
And now the world and me, I know you carry me
Verse 5
You see the patterns in the big sky
Those constellations look like you and I
Just like the patterns in the big sky
We could be lost, we could refuse to try
Verse 6
But we made it through in the dark night
Would those lucky guys turn out to be
But that unusual blend of my funny friend and me
Verse 7
I'm not as clever as I thought I was
I'm not the boy I used to be because
You showed me something different
You showed me something pure
I always seemed so certain but I was really never sure
Verse 8
But you stayed and you called my name
When others would have walked out on a lousy game
And you could've made it through
But your funny friend and you.
Verse 9
You see the patterns in the big sky
Those constellations look like you and I
That tiny planet in a bigger guy
I don't know whether I should laugh or cry
Verse 10
Just like the patterns in the big sky
We'll be together ?til the end this time
Don't know the answer or the reason why
We'll stick together till the day we die
Verse 11
If I had to do this all a second time
I won't complain or make a fuss
When the angels sing that that unlikely blend
Are those two funny friends, that's us

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