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So Old Acquaintances Forgot Drawn Back Together
Should old acquaintances be forgot Fear not dear fellowship of extended family and still but close estranged friends Since alas last we met as we do on Old New Year's Eve again Sigh not as surely rotten circumstances will surely draw us back together Under the guise of one this fragile life's most cruelest of intentions When we are forced to gather each and every one of us adorned dressed in sullen black To so called feign celebrate the untimely death and passing of a certain someone We cared enough so much about throughout our life We felt duty bound to appear amongst the many mourners here today Because you yourself quite well know that if death was on the other foot And it was you not their remains being lowered into a shallow grave They would be doing exactly the same are you are now Stood teary eyed with hands firmly pressed behind said back head tilted downward to six below ground zero abyss Gladly wishing and willing to take your place instead The topic toast and boast of old acquaintance Gone but not to be forgotten Come strike the countdown clock Of next years Old new years eve
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