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(Carlene Carter)

To have and hold suburban life
Forever live as man and wife
Welcomed by the neighborhood
The neighbors here are really good
They
there like a mime and let the chance pass by
Back of my mind, he could change your life

With all these beats I did, at least let him hear
At least you
friends 
(Old friends) 
Old friends 
Are the best friends 
(Are the best friends) 
All my old friends 
Are my best friends 

(What I want to do
Hey old friend
Are you OK old friend
What'll you say old friend
Are we or are we unique
Time goes by
Everything else keeps changing
You and I
Hey old friend 
Are you ok old friend 
What'll you say old friend 
Are we or are we unique 
Time goes by 
Everything else keeps changing 
You
Hey old friend 
Are you ok old friend 
What'll you say old friend 
Are we or are we unique 

Time goes by 
Everything else keeps changing 
You
Hey! old friend
What'd'ya say, old friend
Are you okay, old friend
Are we, uh, are we unique

Time goes by
Everything else keeps changing
You
Hey, old friend
What d'ya say, old friend?
Are you okay, old friend?
Are we, are we unique?

Time goes by
Everything else keeps changing
You
Hey, old friend
What d'ya say, old friend?
Are you okay, old friend?
Are we, are we unique?

Time goes by
Everything else keeps changing
You
on the sea
Thou who rulest when wanted
Stand by me

When I?m growing old and feeble
Stand by me
When I?m growing old and feeble
Stand by me
When I do
on the sea
Thou who rulest when wanted
Stand by me

When I'm growing old and feeble
Stand by me
When I'm growing old and feeble
Stand by me
When I do
Hey old friend 
Are you ok old friend 
What'll you say old friend 
Are we or are we unique 

Time goes by 
Everything else keeps changing 
You
changed and
People say they treat you so good
But then they smile in your face and
They talk behind your back
They're not like the friends of old

But
talkin'?
Pretty mama, listen to what I'm sayin'

We-ell, that day I found you
A long old lonesome day
Well, an' it seem like tomorrow
I'll be the same old
you.
Give us your testimony, my child.
[Well, it all began with Johnny] (Yeah?)
[He said drink helped him stay alive] (Yeah?)
[Do you know how old he
the midst of faults and failures stand by me
When I do the best I can and my friends misunderstand
Thou who knowest all about me stand by me
When I'm
nineteen-thirty.
Had a neon sign, said "Squealer Feeds"
And the bus came through when they felt the need
And they stopped at a place there in town called The Old
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
one," she smiles
And puts her hands in her back pockets, Bette Davis-style
And in comes Romeo, he's moaning
"You Belong to me, I believe"
And someone
of friends 
Swears his daddy never gonna see another day 

Down by the bayou 
Trying to play with the caine 
Trying to play with the caine 
Same old
with these ho niggas?
Don't do coke, I don't blow niggas
I don't tell niggas, I show niggas
And it's never less than like 4 niggas
4 wings and some
Italian friend we have reached the end
DM) We just don't seem to blend
DM) Sam, let's compromise
SD) Oh, I hear what you say but by that do you mean that
you in the end no new friends please no new friends for me
Memories of old acquaintances keep on coming back
Some I met at garden parties buddies by
is cryin'

You know if I can sing pop tunes like
Frank Sinatra or Sammy Davis Jr.
I don't think I still could do it
Cause Lucille don't wanna play
for a bump that's funky
And a fool for the loop, see, a groupie for the old one-twoiee
A bass freak would say ?Oohwee,
Peace to do cause I like the way