"I Met A Friend Of Yours Today" as written by Wayland D. Holyfield and Bob Mcdill....
Yes, I know I'm late gettin' home tonight
Can supper wait, I quess I lost my appetite
Yeah you can fix me a drink, oh anything's okay
Oh, by the way I met a friend of yours today

I was workin' on the other side of town
And comin' home I thought I'd stop and have a round
And in this bar I heard someone speak your name
And that's how I met a friend of yours today

I listened for awhile and I could tell
That that stranger there he knew you much to well
And I introduced myself and you should have seen his face
Oh what a shame I met a friend of yours today

Please don't cry woman 'cause it's much too late for tears
Yeah, I'm sorry too 'cause it hurts after all these years

And ain't it sad a love like ours should end this way
And all because I met a friend of yours today


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"I Met a Friend of Yours Today" as written by Wayland D. Holyfield, Bob Mcdill

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