The eighth song on American Beauty/American Psycho, the most recent album by Fall Out Boy, released in 2015 from Island Records. I don't know why Pete Wentz got his band signed with another company for this record, when his own label Fueled by Ramen is everywhere and has left fingerprints on every pop-punk group I seem to find enjoyable. Anyways, here's the final chorus:

It was the fourth of July
You and I were, you and I were fire, fire, fireworks
That went off too soon
And I miss you in the June gloom, too
It was the fourth of July
You and I were, you and I were fire, fire, fireworks
I said I'd never miss you
But I guess you never know
May the bridges I have burned light my way back home
On the fourth of July

from azlyrics

You can love your friends even more than you can love a romantic partner, contrary to what society may have told you. But there's a funny thing about friendships, and relationships in general. The best relationships are the ones in which you can be emotionally vulnerable. Where you can really bare your heart and soul to the person you're in love with, and have them accept it. But being vulnerable is scary, because it leaves you open for attack.

I don't know if it was me, or something I did, but a while ago, I lost a friend. Now, friendships come and go, waning and waxing like the moon (sorry for the shitty simile). The people involved change and become different people, with different personal and social needs. Entropy must exist in the universe for things to happen, and the same is for an individual's mental growth. Young love and young friendships are quite similar, they can last forever or can pass in an instant. But whatever age you happen to be at, I recommend one thing.

If you love someone, hold onto them. Partner, friend, whatever. In our lives, our happiness comes through our relationships. Don't let that get away from you. And if you do. move on, grow, and form new bonds with others. But if you do have a falling-out, always be ready to accept each other again.