"Friend" as written by and Tom/steele Hambridge....
When I look at you these days
I think of all we've been through
You and I are one and the same
And I thank God for you

I remember the youth and the days gone by
And it hurts me to see the age in your eyes
Oh, I wish I could turn back the hands of time
And do it all over again
My friend, oh, my friend

You were always here for me
And I'll be there for you
You taught me how to live my life
You're the strength that pulls me through

I remember the youth and the days gone by
And it hurts me to see the age in your eyes
Oh, I wish I could turn back the hands of time
And do it all over again
My friend

So many times you were tough on me
I just didn't understand
Looking back, I realize that it made me a better man
Oh, my friend

I remember the youth and the days gone by
And it hurts me to see the age in your eyes
Oh, I wish I could turn back the hands of time
And do it all over again, and do it all over again
My friend

Oh, you'll always be my friend
Now I understand
Oh, my friend
Made me a better man
Oh, my friend

Oh, you'll always be my friend
Made me a better man
Now I understand
You'll always be, be my friend


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"Friend" as written by Jeffrey Steele Tom Hambridge

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