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Dakota, Dakota  [message #72524] Wed, 08 February 2017 05:25
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DAKOTA, DAKOTA
VERSE 1.
Oh Dakota, Dakota, where do I start?
I'll write you a song, though we're so far apart.
I'm filled with compassion and honoured to know you;
Your poor teenage heart is all battered and blue.
CHORUS.
But here is my hand for you, something all fresh and new,
something to hold, when your troubles are through.
I give you my ears right there, for whatever you have to share.
If you want me to be your friend, I am right there.
VERSE 2.
And all opened up right here, your teenage life I fear.
all of the heartache, your troubles and pain.
I wish I could help you, support you and guide you.
To build a new future, to go on anew.
VERSE 3.
And so in these last few lines, Thinking of happier times.
How can I help you to start out anew?
The answer is in ya Dakota Dakota,
And you're not alone now your friends are all here and waiting for you.
CHORUS.
So here are our hands for you, something all fresh and new,
something to hold, when the going gets tough.
I give you my ears right there, for whatever you have to share.
If you want me to be your friend, I am right there.
VERSE 4.
Dakota, Dakota, I wrote these song for ya,
I want it to help you in moving along.
Remember what friends are for, Forget that, which happened before.
Your Ma and your Pa will help keep you strong.
And think of the future when you hear this song.
In memory of Dakota RIP.
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