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  • joao rosa
  • 13-03-2019 19:39:35

The Best Songs about Friendships


Friendship is the affective relationship between individuals. It is the relationship that people have of affection and affection for another, who have a feeling of loyalty, protection, etc; and friendship can exist between any individual.

1: The White Stripes - " We're Going to Be Friends"
"We're Going to Be Friends" is a song by the American alternative rock band White Stripes from their album White Blood Cells. It was released in late 2002, and tells the story of meeting a new friend at the beginning of a school year. Through its lyrics, it is able to evoke the simplicity and nostalgia of childhood.

2: The Beatles - " With a Little Help From My Friend"
"With a Little Help from My Friends" is a song from the 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, of the English group The Beatles. Sung by Ringo Starr and composed by Paul McCartney, except for the phrase "What do you see when you turn out the lights? I can not tell you, but I know it's mine", which was put up by John Lennon. Talk about friendship and how friends can help each other to overcome the difficulties of life

3: James Taylor - " You've Got a Friend"
" You've Got a Friend" is a 1971 song, originally written and performed by Carolene King. It was included in his album Tapestry of 1971, but was known by the version, of the same year of James Taylor

4: Ben E. King - " “Stand By Me”
Stand by Me" is a song, originally performed by American singer-songwriter Ben E. King, and written by King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stolle, and
In 2015, King's original version was introduced into the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant,"

5: The Turtles - "Happy Together"
The song was written by Gary Gordon Bonner and Alan, former members of a band known as The Magicians. The song "Happy Together" also featured in the soundtrack to several films, such as "Imagine Me & You", the title of the film is the first "verse" of the song.