Just been on Twitter and one of the trends were #SchoolMemories and it jogged my memory back to when I was in Wood End Primary School (for year 4, 5 and 6) and during assembly the year 6 teacher, Mr Browning (who I helped learn how to play Tomb Raider I - also remember telling him those purple diamonds aren't to be shot at, they're saving points) used to play the piano and whoever the lucky so-and-so was that was nominated as the overhead projector person (very highly sought after job that was) had the delight of putting up the songs we were going to sing.
One song stuck firmly in my mind throughout growing up and that was because it was sang along to the Eastenders theme tune and I think it was called "Friendship is a golden thread". I would however love to find the full set of lyrics, actually I might call the school up tomorrow - if they're open and find out if they still have it, as I only can remember the first two lines to it and *think* I may know the third line and the fourth line is a random guess...
Friendship is a golden thread Weaving through our lives It binds us together Through each day that lies aheadI remember there being a line that contained "and keep them forever more" or "cherish them ever more" - something along those lines, I think.
If your school had this and you know the lyrics, please contact me, as I'd love to know the rest and settle my incomplete school memory.