Carols of an Old CodgerI had a friend, a breezy friendI liked an awful lot;
And in his company no endOf happiness I got.
We clicked in temper, taste and mood,We gypsied side by side,--
And then, as no pal ever should,He upped and died.A score of years have since gone by,Yet I bemoan him still;
He used to call me Bob and IWas wont to call him Bill.
Oh how I wish that he were here,How we would bravely walk
On heather hills to tavern cheer,And talk and talk!If as he always used to do,He'd just drop in to tea,
To rest awhile and jest awhile,How chirpy I would be!
Then he would puff his pipe of briarAnd I my cigarette,
And we would yarn beside the fire,And time forget.Old Pal, come back a little while,If just to let me say
How much I miss your jolly smileNow you have gone away.
Ah, when in life's allotted spanWe near our journey's end,
What greater treasure is there thanA Golden Friend!
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