"My Favorite Song" as written by and M. Warren Davis....
Hey man, you're singing my favorite song
Hey friend, you're bringing back better times
Hey there, you know just what to say
Hey kid, that's just what I needed today

Hey la da da, that's how you sing along
It ain't what you say, but more how you make it sound
And tell yourself you make it sound so lovely

Some may you read my mind now
And some may say you got the rhythm down
And some may say you know what I'm thinking
But everyone will say

Hey man, you're singing my favorite song
Hey friend, you're bringing back better times
Hey there, you know just what to say
Hey kid, that's just what I needed
Hey man, you're singing my favorite song
Hey friend, you're bringing back better times
Hey there, you know just what to say
Hey kid, that's just what I needed today

You know all the words, or else you can make em up
A song for your love, or when you are breaking up
It wouldn't be vain to think that this song is about you

Some may you read my mind now
And some may say you got the rhythm down
And some may say you know what I'm feeling
But everyone will say

Hey man, you're singing my favorite song
Hey friend, you're bringing back better times
Hey there, you know just what to say
Hey kid, that's just what I needed
Hey man, you're singing my favorite song
Hey friend, you're bringing back better times
Hey there, you know just what to say
Hey kid, that's just what I needed today


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"My Favorite Song" as written by M. Warren Davis

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    General CommentThis is the song for that one friend who always knows what to say in the worst situation, even if what they're saying is complete drabble. ("Hey la da da that’s how you sing along, It ain’t what you say but more how you make it sound, And tell yourself you make it sound so lovely")
    Lexie Obscuraon July 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is the song for that one friend who always knows what to say in the worst situation, even if what they're saying is complete drabble. ("Hey la da da that’s how you sing along, It ain’t what you say but more how you make it sound, And tell yourself you make it sound so lovely")
    Lexie Obscuraon July 02, 2008   Link

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