I've Got Friends That Do Karaoke Tim McGraw

Karaoke I've Got Friends That Do Tim McGraw

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This is for the nobody the one in a crowd who's got a lost look on his face
This is for the down trotten the one that the world's forgotten waiting on a better day
Well, I'm in no position to judge him
But heaven knows they're just like me
And I'm not alone and knowing what it's like
To wonder where you're going in this crazy life
And I'm not alone knowing how it feels
To pray to God and sometimes wonder if he's real
'Cos I got friends that do
Yeah, I got friends that do
This is for the lost junkie who spends all his hard earned money on something that he hates
And this is for the found guilty who ain't getting out until he pays his debt to the state
Well I'm in no position to judge him
And heaven knows it could have been me
And I may not know what it's like
To lose your job 'cos your habits' got you gripped too tight
And I may not know how it feels
To lay your head down on a prison bed in a world of steel
But I've got friends who do
Yeah, I've got friends who do
This is for yours truly just a little verse to remind me
We all have got somewhere to turn
And I may not know what it's like
To send my only soul to save the world and watch him die
And I may not know how it feels
To hang there on the cross to prove that love is real
But I've got friends who do
Yeah, I've got friends that do
Yeah, I've got friends that do
You know we all got friends that do

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