Frank and George are old old friends. But for years now they’ve been painter and decorators.
They’re old friends,
But they don't always see eye to eye.
Frank likes things ‘just so.’
George tends to be a bit more ‘that’ll do.’
And here they are, back to paint the climbing frame
In the playground, where once they used to play as children.
Though many years have passed
They are just the same as they always were.
‘If everyone were just the same
And you were just like me
And did the things I asked you to
How much nicer things would be.’
This is about friendship and falling out.
Friendship is important in a child’s life but they do fall out, make up, yet remain best of friends. Understanding friendship and loyalty is part of growing up. ‘If All The World Were Paper’ explores friendship, understanding and loyalty in an hilarious and poignant way.
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