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YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND
Cliff Richard


You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend, can't you see

And you know wherever I am

You've got a friend (all you have to do is call all right)


When you're down and troubled

And you need a helping hand

And nothing, oh nothing is going right

Just close you eyes and think of me

And soon I will be there

To brighten up even your darkest nights


You just call out my name

And you know wherever I am

I'll come running

To see you again

You know Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

Well, a.ll you gotta do is call

And I'll be there, yes I will


You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend, can't you see

And you know wherever I am

You've got a friend (all you have to do is call all right)


If the sky above you

Should turn dark and full of clouds

And that old north wind, oh, should begin to blow

You just keep your head together

And call my name out loud

And soon I will be knocking upon your door-oh


You just call out my name

And you know wherever I am

I'll come running

Just to see you again

You know Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

Well, a.ll you gotta do is call

And I'll be there, yeah yeah yeah


Well, ain't it good to know that you've got a friend

'cos people can be so cold

They'll hurt you, desert you

They'll take your soul if you let them

Oh, but don't you let them

All you gotta do is call

And I'll be there, yeah yeah yeah


Well, ain't it good to know that you've got a friend

'cos people can be so cold

They'll hurt you, desert you

They'll take your soul if you let them

Oh, but don't you let them


You just call out my name

And you know wherever I am

I'll come running

To see you again

Don't you know Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

All you gotta do is call

And I'll be there, yes I will


You've got a friend in me

You've got a friend, can't you see


You've got a friend


CLIFF RICHARD

Sir Cliff Richard (born Harry Rodger Webb 14/10/40 in Lucknow, India) moved as an 8-year-old to the UK, where it would be 10 more years before he and his group The Drifters emerged in the UK charts for the first time with 'Move It'. Cliff was heavily influenced by Elvis, imitating him shamelessly during the first couple of years of his career. Something which he openly admits, and fully acknowledges that without Elvis, he and many others would never have happened. ... Read More