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Best Friends Day

Never worry through good times and bad, the best friends are always there to lift us in our lives. June the 8th is National Best Friends Day. Take a moment to say thank you for always being there for you. To support you as well as wipe a tear from your cheek in a sad moment in life. Best friends are there to cheer you on to victory. A best friend is honest and doesn’t lie or cheat you to gain an advantage. Never have to worry about gossip behind your back because a friend is trustworthy with your deepest secrets. Best friends can even be a part of each other and pick up right where you left off. Best friends tell you it is a really bad idea what time we start?

Best Friends

Angela Nikon and Screamin

Friends always seem to say things at the same time. Will always ask what’s wrong if you are feeling down. If you have two friends in your life consider yourself lucky. If you have one really good friend you are blessed. June 8th is National Best Friends Day, but celebrate friends every day of the year.

Best Friends

Best Friends Kenny Kazmierski

Here is a list of songs that will help you enjoy with people who never fail when you stumble. Make you smile and laugh till your sides hurt. Here’s to someone special I love to call my friend. You.

~screamin

A Collection Of Songs To Celebrate June 8th National Best Friends Day.

 

 

 

  • Harry Nilsson Best Friend

    Harry Edward Nilsson, sometimes credited as Nilsson, was a singer-songwriter who reached the peak of his commercial success in the early 1970s. You may not know the name but I know you remember the songs he wrote. One is the Loneliest Number, Put The Lime and the Coconut, Me and My Arrow, Everybody’s Talkin‘ and Without You.

    Best Friend” is the theme song Harry Nilsson wrote and recorded for the television series “The Courtship of Eddie’s Father.”

  • Queen - You're My Best Friend

  • "Friends" - John Corabi for Motley Crue

    From the Japanese version of Motley Crue‘s album “Quaternary“, the companion album to their self-titled 1994. Here in the United States, you had an order form in your CD to special order the extra album. John Corabi has always been and continues to be an incredibly underrated talent. What a great song for friends.

  • Elton John - Friends

    Friends” is a song written by English musician Elton John and songwriter Bernie Taupin, and performed by John. It was John’s third U.S. hit, and his second to reach the Top 40 after the breakthrough success of “Your Song“.

  • The Beatles - With A Little Help From My Friends

    Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and sung by drummer Ringo Starr (as Sgt. Pepper singer, Billy Shears), his lead vocal for the album.

  • Lyle Lovett & His Large Band w Randy Newman - You´ve Got A Friend In Me

    You’ve Got a Friend in Me” is a song by Randy Newman. Used as the theme song for the 1995 Disney/Pixar animated film Toy Story. Sung as a duet here with Lyle Lovette

  • The Cars - My Best Friend's Girl

    The Cars ” My Best Friends Girl.”  from their 1978 self-titled debut. Surprisingly only charted up to #35 on the top 40 charts.

     

  • James Taylor & Carole King - You've Got A Friend

    Carol King wrote, You’ve Got A Friend,  and James Taylor recorded it on one of his albums. Here is a rare video of both artists playing the song together.

  • Andrew Gold - Thank You For Being A Friend

     The iconic song is older than the NBC sitcom The Golden Girls (actually, sitcoms) most commonly associated with it: It was written, and first released as a single, by the musician Andrew Gold, in 1978.

  • Led Zeppelin - Friends

    Led Zeppelin – Friends from Led Zeppelin III

    Robert Plant would introduce this song on tour saying, “This song is for our families and friends.”

  • The Rolling Stones - Waiting On A Friend

    Waiting on a Friend” by the Rolling Stones from the 1981 album Tattoo You. Written by Jager/Richards reaching #13 on the charts and heavy play on MTV.

  • Simon & Garfunkel - Old Friends

    Old Friends,” by Simon & Garfunkel from their fourth album, Bookends, 1968

     

  • 'I'll Be There For You' (Friends Theme Song)

    Song by: The Rembrandts Friends remains one of television’s most beloved series. One of the highest-rated shows on television in its original network run

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