"Brotherhood" as written by David Sancious, Carlos Santana and Chester Thompson....
We were 18 and we were on the streets
Never had a worry
Always had a place to sleep
With a small tight crew
And the party never ends
We always felt safe
'Cause we were in the company of friends
That's brotherhood
(Woah, oh, oh)
And you're my brother
(Woah, oh, oh)
You'll always be my brother
No matter what you do
Hey!
Now we're getting older
And many things have changed
Some of us have moved away
The memories never strained
With a small tight crew
That'll be there til the end
We'll always stick together
And we'll always be good friends
That's brotherhood
(Woah, oh, oh)
And you're my brother
(Woah, oh, oh)
You'll always be my brother
No matter what you do
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!

Hey!
Hey!
Hey!
Hey!

Hey!
That's brotherhood
And you're my brother
You'll always be my brother
No matter what you do


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"Brotherhood" as written by Carlos Santana David Sancious

Lyrics © Carlos Santana/Light Music/Micache Music/Stellabella Music/Champ Jacob Music/Urmila Music

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