"Never A Friend" as written by Cormac Murray Battle, Darragh Butler and Michael David Murphy....
Destitute I know,
Worried about the next white hope,
Avon knows,
Avon knows I care,

But you came to hold my hand,
And tried it best to like my band,
Even though the boys were unaware.
But she wanted more than I could ever

Give her from the start,
And she left,
No regrets,
But I'm scarred.

I said OK
But you said "never a friend"
My eyes are closing
I can't see you ever again

But you left, no regrets
And I'm scarred
Like the rest
And better enough I'll see you walking.

Listen now it's true,
I've met a girl who's just like you -
With the same blue eyes,
The same relations too.

And you've guessed the story well -
My roommate and my friends can tell,
Are you able now?
Able for the truth?

But she wanted more than I could ever
Give her from the start,
And she left- no regrets,
But I'm scarred.

I said OK
But you said "never a friend",
My eyes are closing,
I can't see you ever again.

But you left, no regrets,
And I'm scarred,
Like the rest,
And better enough I'll see you walking.

But she wanted more than I could ever
Give her from the start,
And she left, no regrets,
But I'm scarred.

I said OK,
But you said "never a friend",
My eyes are closing,
I can't see you ever again,

But you left, no regrets.
And I'm scarred,
Like the rest,
And better enough I'll see you walking.


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"Never a Friend" as written by Darragh Butler Cormac Murray Battle

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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