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I Have A Friend Song Lyrics and Chords

 

I Have A Friend Song Lyrics and Chords by Cowboy Copas

 

I Have A Friend
Recorded by Cowboy Copas
Written by Tommy Hill and Lloyd Copas
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I have a friend a wonderful friend
 
He  
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came to this earth to pay for our  
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sins

He is the one God's only Son

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He is my friend  
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ooh 
 
 
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yes
 
When I am  
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weak He makes me strong
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He is the one to whom I  
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belong

He paid for me on Calvary Street

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He is my  
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friend 
 
 
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ooh 
 
 
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yes
 
Yes He's the  
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one that walked on the sea
 
He raised up the  
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dead and He made the blind to see
 
He healed the  
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leaper and He  
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set souls free
 
Then He went to the  
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cross for  
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you and for  
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me

He did many marvelous things while He was here

 
And His word still  
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stands though hundreds of years
 
When this life has ended  
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I'll hold out my hand
 
And I'll find Him waiting  
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on that golden  
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string
 
We're all  
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pronged to forget each day
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To thank God for the  
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blessing He sends our way
 
We think oh I'm a  
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big wheel I don't have to pray
 
But  
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remember friend we  
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came to this world
 
With  
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nothing and we'll leave it the same way
 
I'd  
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like to quote an old  
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saying if I  
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may
 
I  
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searched for my  
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soul my soul  
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eluded 
 
me

I looked for my God my God I could not see

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Then I searched for my  
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brothers and found all  
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three
 
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When I am weak He makes me strong
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He is the one to whom I  
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belong

He paid for me on Calvary's tree

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He is my  
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friend 
 
 
F 
ooh 
 
 
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yes

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song I Have A Friend?
- The song I Have A Friend was sang by Cowboy Copas.

 

Who is Cowboy Copas?
- Lloyd Estel Copas (July 15, 1913 - March 5, 1963), known by his stage name Cowboy Copas, was an American country music singer. He was popular from the 1940s until his death in the 1963 plane crash that also killed country stars Patsy Cline and Hawkshaw Hawkins. Copas was a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

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