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When you're down and troubled And you need a helping hand And nothing, no, nothing is going right. Close your eyes and think of me And soon. Oh, ain't it good to know That you've got a friend? People can be so cold. They'll hurt you They'll desert you. Well, they'll take your soul if you let them, Oh, but darling don't you let them. You just call out my name, And you know whereever I am I'll come running To see you again (Baby don't you know that) Winter, spring, summer, or fall, All you have to do is call, And I'll be there, yes, I will.
James David Carter impresses Coach Blake with "You've Got a Friend.
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James David Carter is making friends with James Taylor classic for Team Blake and Jessie Pitts knocks out Tanner. Country hopeful James David Carter picked James Taylor's 'You've Got a Friend,' which sounds wrong, but worked. Blake even thought it was an odd choice, but admitted being wrong. The first time I've been wrong on the show. Although Adam Levine disagreed. levine 6. xactly the number of times you’ve shown up at my door with flowers begging me to take you back, and I did.
You've Got a Friend is the twenty-eighth studio album by American pop singer Andy Williams, released in August 1971 by Columbia Records. The album bears a striking resemblance to the Johnny Mathis album You've Got a Friend released that same month.
Produced by Lou Adler. You've Got a Friend Lyrics. When you're down and troubled And you need some loving care And nothing, nothing is going right Close your eyes and think of me And soon I will be there To brighten up even your darkest night. About You've Got a Friend. Written in 1969 by Carole King and included in her Grammy winning and Album of the Year (1972) Tapestry. It was written for her fellow co-workers, married couple, Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann when she moved away. Released as a single by Carole King’s friend James Taylor and topped the charts in 1971. The song won a Grammy as the song of the year. Joni Mitchell provided background harmonies. Acoustic Guitar James Taylor. Viola David Campbell. Congas Danny Kortchmar.
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