"Friend in Need" as written by Donald Dennis, Melbourne George Miller, Philip Burrell and Jepther Washington Mcclymont....
I can see my little brother's wondering
With his head in his hand
And I know he's doing a lot of thinking
With his foot in the sand

No doubt he's hoping
And wishing for a helping hand
I would stop for a while
And listen and do what I can

'Cause I don't think
I live in this suffering time
I do my best
(I do my best)

'Cause a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief, my philosophy
I say a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief my philosophy

A friend in need is a friend indeed
Not for a dime
I put my friendship on the line
Leaving behind all the wonderful time

I'll never forget
No way, where I'm coming from
If my brethren is weak I say
It's for my tho get him strong

'Cause a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief, my philosophy
I say a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief my philosophy

Sometime you are down and low
Don't have a dime, don't know where to go
And you feel like giving up
And a brethren comes along

'Cause a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief, my philosophy
I say a friend in need is a friend indeed
And that's my belief my philosophy



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"Friend in Need" as written by Phillip Burrell Donald Dennis

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