Now Henry you’ve been such a good friend to me
But you’ve been sitting on my creativity
I don’t know why I should take your old-fashioned advice
I ain’t even ever taken a wife

But I don’t stop givin’ in to it
No I won’t stop givin’ in
You know this music and money shit’s an old-fashioned sin
But we don’t stop
We just won’t stop givin’ in

I’d like to get me a place down in Dana Point
But I can’t even put down this joint
A little place for my baby I love her the most
Just put your head out of the window on the coast

‘Cuz we don’t stop givin’ into the dream
No we won’t stop givin’ in
You know this music and marriage shit’s an old-fashioned scene
But we don’t stop
We just won’t stop
Sometimes everybody needs a friend

Now Henry you’ve been such a good friend to me
But I really think it’s really time we said goodbye
You know these blues they’re for you and your friend Charlie too
Ain’t gonna get it in a wink of an eye

‘Cuz we don’t stop givin’ in to it
No we won’t stop givin’ in
You know this music and money shit’s an old-fashioned sin
But we don’t stop
We just won’t stop
Sometimes everybody needs a friend


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Henry VIII song meanings
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