"Friends" as written by and Jonathan Sloan Luke Steele....
Straight down the line I watch you disappear
Before my eyes saw through solid air
They said you're fine, that I shouldn't even care
But I got wise
Sought to find you there

Sliding doors and the thirteenth floor
It shifts and I don't wind up
Dimensions rising out of my head
And you never looked this good
Never looked this good

No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend
No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend

Way down the crime
The second that you left
Score some spice
And tap another share
Pay back the ride
And I couldn't shake the fear
While they climb high
Look what's really there

Sliding doors and the thirteenth floor
It shifts and I don't wind up
Dimensions rising out of my head
And you never looked this good
Never looked this good

No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend
No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend

No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend
No one ever said that you'd be right here
Now I gotta be scared of my friend


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"Friends" as written by Jonathan Sloan Luke Steele

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