Won’t You Be My Friend

Won’t you be my friend
Won’t you take my hand
Won’t you come right here
And beside me stand

Won’t you be my friend
Won’t you dry my tears
Won’t you make me laugh
We’ll be friends for years

We’re different on the outside, it’s plain to see
Just one look can tell you from me
But look on the inside – we’re both the same
We’re only people with different names


We can talk on the phone, you can come see me
It Mom says it’s OK, we can watch T.V.
I might make you mad, you might make me cry
But we can still be friends if we really try


By Chris Barton
From Julie Austin and Chris Barton’s (SongSisters) “Room in This World for Everyone
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