"Can We Still Be Friends" as written by and Todd Rundgren....
We can't play this game anymore
But can we still be friends
Things just can't go on like before
But can we still be friends

We had something to learn
Now it's time for the wheel to turn
Grains of sand one by one
Before you know it it's all gone

Let's admit we made a mistake
But can we still be friends
Heartbreak's never easy to take
But can we still be friends
It's a strange sad affair
Sometimes seems like we just don't care
Don't waste time feeling hurt
We've been through hell together

Where do we go from here
We can't play this game anymore
But can we still be friends
Things just can't go on like before
But can we still be friends

We awoke from our dream
Things are not what they always seem
Memories linger on
It's like a sweet, sad, old song

Where do we go from here
Where do we go from here

I can't play this game anymore
Can we still be friends
Things just can't go on like before
I just want to be friends
I just want to be, want to be, want to be
And now I just want to be friends
We had something to learn, something to learn
Now can we still be friends
Let's admit our mistakes


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"Can We Still Be Friends" as written by Todd Rundgren

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    General Commenti love this song, i always thought it was by todd rungren, but hey someone screwed up. this is such an amazing song, we all know someone who we loved so much that we couldn't deal with the fact that their not in our lives at all, so we have to deal with the fact that at the least they will be our friends.
    LiveUrLifeon May 24, 2002   Link
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    General CommentActually Todd Rundgren wrote and originally recorded this song. Rod Stewart did a cover of it (as did Robert Plant and some others).
    chubon April 09, 2005   Link

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