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To me, coming from you,
Friend is a four letter word
End is the only part of the word
That I heard
Call me morbid, or absurd
But to me, coming from you,
Friend is a four letter word
To me, coming from you,
Friend is a four letter word
End is the only part of the word
That I heard
Call me morbid, or absurd,
But to me, coming from you,
Friend is a four letter word
When I go fishing for the words
I am wishing you would say to me
I'm really only praying that
The words you'll soon be saying
Might betray, the way you feel about me
But to me, coming from you,
Friend is a four letter word



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    thisguyNov 25, 2008 at 11:10 pm
    Most cuss or "curse" words are words consisting of four letters (four letter words). Ever heard of the term, "Let's just be friends?" It is a nice way of breaking up with someone. So to him, coming from "her", the word "friend" is like a cuss word is to a lot of people. "End" is the only part of the word that he heard because he knows that the word "friend" is a word that really means the end of their relationship.

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