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Abba The Way Old Friends Do Lyrics

Last updated: 01/30/2013 09:40:55 AM

You and I can share the silence
Finding comfort together
The way old friends do
And after fights and words of violence
We make up with each other
The way old friends do
Times of joy and times of sorrow
We will always see it through
Oh I don't care what comes tomorrow
We can face it together
The way old friends do

You and I can share the silence
Finding comfort together
The way old friends do
And after fights and words of violence
We make up with each other
The way old friends do
Times of joy and times of sorrow
We will always see it through
Oh I don't care what comes tomorrow
We can face it together
The way old friends do

We can face it together
The way old friends do




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Most underestimated song of ABBA | Reviewer: arturas | 1/30/13

I consider this is the most underestimated song ever written by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus. What injustice (!): it was never released as a single (45' record or CD), so the song was and still remains overshadowed by the other heavily promoted hits like "Super Trouper", "The Winner Takes It All", "Happy New Year", "Lay All Your Love On Me", "On And On And On". Perhaps this song would have become universally acknowledged hit if it was released and duly promoted as a single. I suppose "The Way Old Friends Do" is a perfect song anyway you want it: as a jewel of any live show of a performer and as an anthem for the peak moment of any celebration, party etc. and perhaps it is even better ('cause more profound) than "Auld Lang Syne".

re release the way old friends do | Reviewer: Dave Gibbon | 7/12/08

How about getting that rock legend-Vince Eager with back drops of his buddies ,past and present.e.g.Eddie Cochran,Billy Fury,Adam Faith,-Joe Brown,Alvin Stardust etc.etc.(check it out in his book-The Rock n Roll Files). I have written an additional verse which may be apt.

what a song! | Reviewer: natasha | 10/8/07

this was one of the best songs I love. I could listen to it every single day and never get tired of it! It's emotional and it has a deep meaning that would always stay in one's heart no matter what. I think it is their best song on this album and it is definitley in the top 5 of all the songs by ABBA