"How Many Of Us Have 'em (friends)" as written by and Bryon/scruggs Flesh-n-bone/mccane....
Friends is a word we use every day
But most of the time we use it in the wrong way
Some people say that they got your back
But you can tell a true friend by the way they act

And if you ask me now I can't be much help
'Cause a friend's somebody you judge for yourself
Doesn't matter what I think, I see
Because a friend to you might not be a friend to me

Some are mellow and they act cool
Others treat you like you're a fool
Some are always on your side
And others just want to take you for a ride

And this list goes on again and again
But these are the people that we call friends

Friends, how many of us have them?
Friends, ones we can depend on
Friends, how many of us have them?
Friends, before we go any further let's be friends

When we first hooked up, we barely knew each other
I never thought you would be my lover
Talking on the phone for hours at a time
Or I was at your house or you were at mine

And then came all the fights and all the problems
Turned out that was all we had in common
And even though we started out strong
I guess, we went about the whole thing wrong

And I should've known it would come to an end
'Cause we became lovers before we were friends

The list goes on and on, again and again and again and again
True friends show you more than you can see
But some people leave you on your knees
With friends like that you don't need enemies




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"How Many of Us Have Them (Friends)" as written by Charles Scruggs Bryon Mccane

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