“You Were My Rock, Never My Stepping Stone”

I already completed my blog for my daily challenge here but this lyric made me think of today’s challenge to write about a time when you cheered someone on from the sidelines:

Lyrics to Harbour Lights by A Silent Film:

You and I know I had to leave
Under harbour lights, I could not see
That you were my rock, never my stepping stone
I held my tongue, I turn on my heels
I couldn’t look back, I want you know
That you were my rock, never my stepping stone
You were never a stepping stone
We both know I cannot come home
The water rose faster than I could run
Oh my load has bruised my grieving bones
Forgive my sins for I haven’t found God
And I don’t know when I can trust my heart
But you were my rock, never my stepping stone
She said “I’ll be your rock when the water comes, don’t waste your life on stepping stones”
You were never a stepping stone

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