Two old friends of mine
I saw them only yesterday
They where there
But I got the feeling
They had gone away
And I was alone
Killing time
A stranger in the silence of their company

Two old friends of mine
Is this all life has left of you?
Who took the laughter?
Who took the times
We said what we were going to do?
When we were grown
Grown and ready
To take on the world, with a song
And now the tune is one
You don't remember

Who lost the reason
For being together?
Who says the money won't go round?
For once it was love
And we'll live on a shoestring
But they don't give no mortgage
On a castle in the air

Two old friends of mine
A dripping tap
And a broken old chair
And if I read between the lines
Someone's lonely
Someone doesn't care
If it's all gone by tomorrow
For tomorrow's been and gone
Just like a bird
That has no home
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