I’ll never ever, ever leave you out there in the cold lonesome,
You can ask anyone I stood by like take my contact list scroll down and phone some,
To some I’ve bid farewell, to others I just postpone um…
Callbacks, visits, text and sms delayed far too long that I forget to hold um…
Poor them, in a friendship with such old men, just me and all my Alzheimer’s,
Old time, used to be a telephone call away now we act like roam time,
Every minute in use is too precious to use remember that movie In Time?
Friendships do fall all the way off like fat, Slimfast at slim time.
Biannual we trade war stories, over Frosted Flakes with the guitars under fall’s flurries.
I’m in a long hurry, to get back to the loved ones and life with no worries.
Forgive me if I neglect to say I love and respect you,
and all the other times I served no shows after promising to make it; those I regret too,
It’s high time we stopped being strangers,
and about time I finally linked you.