Razzy Bailey – Friends

Was released as a double-sided single, with "Anywhere There's a Jukebox" on the b-side. Both sides of the single peaked at Number One on the Hot Country Songs charts dated for June 6, 1981.

Must Read
TruCountry Show
Porter Wagoner Show
Razzy Bailey – Friends, is a song written by Johnny Slate and Danny Morrison, and recorded by American country music artist Razzy Bailey. It was released in March 1981 as the first single and partial title track from his album Makin’ Friends. “Friends” was released as a double-sided single, with “Anywhere There’s a Jukebox” on the b-side. Both sides of the single peaked at Number One on the Hot Country Songs charts dated for June 6, 1981.
Razzy Bailey - Friends
Cover LP Razzy Bailey RCA 1981
Razzy Bailey – Friends
From the album Makin’ Friends
B-side “Anywhere There’s a Jukebox”
Released March 1981
Genre Country
Length 3:24
Label RCA
Songwriter(s) Danny Morrison Johnny Slate
Producer(s) Bob Montgomery

COUNTRYPEDIA




Razzy Bailey – Friends Lyrics

You were always there to talk to
And I was always hanging around
You were always there to pick me up
After love let me down
I never would have made it without you
I almost made it too late to see
All the time I was leaning on you
You were leaning on me
Friends
That’s what we’ve been
Is friends
Through thick and thin
We’ve been friends and our love begins
And who makes better lovers than friends
Friends should always be something special
You never know where friendship will lead
We aere sailing high on the sea of love
And forever will be
Friends
That’s what we’ve been
Is friends
Through thick and thin
We’ve been friends and our love begins
And who makes better lovers than friends
Friends
That’s what we’ve been
Is friends
Through thick and thin
We’ve been friends and our love begins
And who makes better lovers than friends

GENIUS





Razzy Bailey - Friends
Single Razzy Bailey RCA 1981

BUY SINGLE
BUY SINGLE

 

SourceWikipedia
POPULAR POSTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Pop! Goes The Country
Hee Haw

More Articles Like This