"You've Got a Friend in Me" as written by and Sean Francis Caleb/mccabe Payne....
You've got a friend in me darlin',
You've got a friend in me
Cos when I looked at your face, I've seen a wonderful place
And I knew it was there for me
You've got the sweetest smile darlin', you've got it all for me
Cos when I looked at your eyes, I've seen a terrible prize
And I knew it was there for me

You follow me home when I'm finished in work
Your creeping so quietly so I dont' get scared
I sit in your garden on your fence at night
I'm watching you live through the day and the night

You've got a friend in me darlin',
You've got a friend in me
Cos when I looked at your face, I've seen a wonderful place
And I knew it was there for me
You've got the sweetest smile darlin', you've got it all for me
Cos when I looked at your eyes, I've seen a terrible prize
And I knew it was there for me

Upstairs downstairs watching me move
You'd never let me see you, you couldn't face the truth
I feel like I know you in every way
Though we've never spoke and we never say

Let me see where you go, let me follow you home
Let me, I want to know, because
I know that its meant for me darlin'
Know that it's meant for me

And even if I stop to say hello
There's so many things you don't know
I've got a perfect picture of you this way
And if I got to know you it could all change

And even if I stop to say hello
There's so many things you don't know
I've got a perfect picture of you this way
And if I got to know you it could all change

I want a new love, I'm sick of this pass time
But I'm scared of new love,
It's been such a long time

You got a friend
You got a friend
You got a friend in me


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"You've Got a Friend in Me" as written by Abigail Harding Boyan Chowdhury

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