"Fairweather Friends" as written by Gavin Bradley Gardiner, Andrew Kekewich, Simon Walker and Andrew Wyatt....
Katie don't worry
You'll be home before the dawn
We ain't seen no trouble
Since those troubled times been gone
Why would you worry with a face like that?
In hard times we found mercy
And we ain't looking back

You're going to rue the day
That you lent your hands to shame
Honey I have ways to make you think that it's fine
If I don't love you all the time
And if the lights go down out in Cooperstown
You'll still feel alright

Any good sailor
Will tell you those scriptures were wrong
Come hell or high waters
Well lord, we'll just push for home
We don't lack conviction
We just ain't got the gull
To push towards the stormy eye
Where the waters are calm

You'd better change your ways
I'm not kidding when I say
I have days where I think that it's fine
If I don't love you all the time
I heard your baby drowned out in Tinseltown
And you couldn't tow the line

You'd best start believing
Or you might never find the light
You'd better hold them hands up
And take them from your eyes
How could I buy forgiveness
When I ain't got the time?
Or walk hand in hand with the lord
When I ain't got a dime?

You'd better change your ways
I've got debts no man could pay
Honey I have days where I think that it's fine
If we don't love him all the time
A plane went down over New York City
But we got out alive


Lyrics submitted by geekusa

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