Fair Weather Friend

I have been away for the longest time
And I heard you say I should take what’s mine
It’s been so dark in here, so much so I lost my way
And then I found it now, after the comforting things you used to say
Can you tell what it is you see, when you look at me
Is it a man on his own two feet, nothing left worth trying
Is it a man trying so hard to grow that he’s almost flying
Is it a man on his own two feet, with things left worth trying

When I think of some childhood friends, and those who lost their way
Some have the house on the hill, I’m down here where I like to play
For all I’ve got is just a head full of song and a wandering heart full of dreams
Takes some time to realize, things aren’t always, things aren’t always as they seem

O my fair weather friend I don’t see you around
O my fair weather friend where are you now
And I know I shouldn’t give a damn but I do and I do and I do
And I know I shouldn’t feel like a fool but I do and I do and I do


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