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This is dedicated to my best friend, Tina. :) She knows who she is. :) I love her dearly and I hope I can always show her all the love, respect, and support she has shown me. This goes out to all best friends like J&T.
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A Friend For Forever
|by Janice Wolf
I feel like I've known you for eternity.
I will always be your "J", and you will always be my "T".
Forever isn't long enough to say I'll be your friend.
My love, respect, and honor for you will never end
All the years of singing together and having fun,
All the dreams we laid thinking about 'til way after one.
The secrets I have shared with only you,
the fights and the triumphs we have been through,
It makes me think of a song only you will know...
"I'll be your friend until forever".
Thank you, "T", for making my life so dear... I love you.
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