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There has to be a reason why we live and make friends but if our reasons are not fulfilled we are left with no reason for life itself.

What Reason Then

Blessed are the days we live
Bless the love we have to give
For if we had no love to give
What reason then have we to live

Blessed are the friends we make
Bless the joy from them we take
For if there were no joy to take
What reason then for friends to make

A giving heart is what we share
With those for whom we really care
But if we really didn’t care
What reason then our hearts to share

Rejoice when good friends come your way
Give blessings to that special day
But if your life they weren’t part
We wouldn’t bless what they impart

Blessed are the ones we love
Whose friendship is so well thought of
And if those friends for you are there
What reason then to go elsewhere
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candy
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