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Song for music

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Introduction

I remember the first days we met, We looked at each other and smiled who thought we'll be here Sharing not only laughter but also the tears, This is our friendship, no one, nothing, and ...read more.

Middle

u were always right beside me, giving me the shoulder, giving me the strength, Without u beside me all those years, would've been a nightmare girl! ...read more.

Conclusion

ship that is strong and will never break Our friendship, a ship thats been through a lot, Our ship that held us together the ship that made us fight but the ship that will last forever ...read more.

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