"Keep a Friend" as written by and Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken....
Even rich men ask for more,
Well I ain't poor
But I'm a beggar for your love
And enough it ain't enough
You can call me crazy
You can call me anything you like

Even gluttons got to eat,
Well I ain't weak
But I hunger for your love
And enough it ain't enough

Well I'd pawn my heart if I thought you'd break it
Sell my soul if I thought you'd take it
But every smile and conversation lets me know
that you're only in it for love

I intend to keep a friend in love
Please remember, I don't pretend in love

Even kings they ask for more,
Well I ain't sure
But I'm a pauper for your love
And enough it ain't enough
You can call me crazy
You can call me anything you like

Even rivers ask for rain,
Well I ain't sand
But I'm a desert for your love
And enough it ain't enough

Well I'd pawn my heart if I thought you'd break it
Sell my soul if I thought you'd take it
But every smile and conversation lets me know
that you're only in it for love

I intend to keep a friend in love
Please remember, I don't pretend in love

I intend to keep a friend in love
Please remember, I don't pretend in love


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"Keep a Friend" as written by Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken

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