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"Dear Friend" is an opera song written by Aaron Springer, sung by SpongeBob to convince Patrick to become his friend again. A sea urchin goes to sleep on Patrick's face. Then, Patrick thinks that he becomes an adult and has a beard. So Squidward offers him to teach him how to be civilized. Patrick accepts and Squidward managed to make him civilized.
Then, Spongebob also tries to learn how to be civilized but Squidward was refusing to teach him because Squidward thinks SpongeBob is futile. Later, Spongebob tries to remove Patrick's beard but he failed.
Later, Patrick and Squidward are going to an opera. SpongeBob was dressed as a Viking women and prepared a song which convinces Patrick to become his friend again. The song wakes the sea urchin and he escapes from Patrick's head.
Dear friend, don't say that it's all over! As long as I breathe, I will cherish our bond!
(Squidward: Terrible!) Dear friend, don't say that it's all over! My heart bounces on rocks! Jagged and grey! Dear friend, don't say it's all over! Let's stay pals! What do you say?
This song is one of the few, if not the only, opera songs sung in the series.
Spongebob sing with female's voice (voiced by Teresa Parente) .
The name of episode is "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups" Episode is written by Aaron Springer, Sean Charmatz & Richard Pursel. Animation Director - Alan Smart. Air date - June 4, 2011.
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