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Sunday, November 28, 2010

"That's What Friends Are For"


Wanda's Wings said...

I really like the words in that song. For the good times and the bad times, that what friends are for. It so true. We need each other.

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! I remember this song! I sang this at my 5th grade moving up play (in celebration of our completion of elementary school and our transition to middle school). I cried throughout the performance.

Wishing you well,

PS- I love Stevie Wonder. My ex-clarinet teacher actually builds his microphones!

Mike Golch said...

cool video.

Clueless said...

This is a very touching song and great video to watch...amazing talent. I wish that the music industry would go back to do benefit songs.

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