"Just a Foe, not a friend" Song

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Genre: Young Adult

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Genre: Young Adult

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This is a song I had just recentely got inspired to write. A very fun song to play and sing! Best picked. Still gotta try and get that MP3 version up.
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Summary

This is a song I had just recentely got inspired to write. A very fun song to play and sing! Best picked. Still gotta try and get that MP3 version up.

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Submitted: May 17, 2008

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Submitted: May 17, 2008

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I had this friend, thought we would know each other till the end
But she went around my back, loved to be talking smack
Got this idea in her mind, that I betrayed her, that I had crossed the line
Maybe she was looking for a reason, to cause some kind of distress
But all I’m saying, is leave it at that and forget the rest
Because a friend ain’t worth having, if a friend ain’t got your back
So when they don’t, just leave it that
But keep them close, because they’re a foe not a friend
And just watch them, drive themselves off the end
Guitar—
 
Guitar—
 
Guitar—
 
When they’re dead and gone no one but family will miss them
They’re be a lost and lonely soul marching off into the morning
So don’t let those people, get to you
Just have fun and love life because that’s what it’s all about
 
Guitar
 
Guitar
 
Because a friend ain’t worth having, if a friend ain’t got your back
So when they don’t, just leave it that
But keep them close, because they’re a foe not a friend
And you’ll be the one laughing, as they take to the end
 
Guitar—
 
Guitar—
 
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