They said every sun that set will surely raise, And in-between is but time. What if I rest and never raise, But you awoke to the sunshine, Will you bring me the sun where I lie? Will you hug yourself to comfort me with your smile?
If tomorrow comes, o friend And you awoke before I do, Will you wake me up And give me from your meal? Will you be my friend still Or you will unveil what I feel to be real? If it rains on your farm before mine, Dear friend, do not forget That we first watered the soil with our sweat And through the thick and thin of life, We dared nature with a smile.
Tell me, o friend. Tell me. If things never get right and fine, Will you still be by my side?