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Let's be Friends


(Arnold / Morrow / Martin)

Let’s Be Friends was originally scheduled for Elvis’s 1969 film, Change of Habit, but it was cut from the final print. Elvis recorded the song, which was written by Chris Arnold, Geoffrey Morrow and David Martin, on March 5, 1969, at the Decca Recording Studios at Universal City.



Don't be afraid, you and I were made the same, little one
And I know what it's like when you feel left out of the game, little one
But if you take this helping hand that I lend
Then we can smile together, let's be friends

The world that you see may seem to be a mystery to you
The night may be dark but hope very hard and dreams can come true
You live in silence, but for once let's pretend
We're talking here together, let's be friends

You're not alone, I've always known that we'd get along
And someone I know says life is good and He can't be wrong
There's fun and laughter just waiting round the bend
Let's find them now together, let's be friends

Let's find them now together, let's be friends


Where it was released:

Released for the fist time on Let's Be Friends »


- Let’s Be Friends (1970) »

- Double Features: Live a Little Love a Little / Charro / The Trouble With Girls / Change of Habit (1995)
- Change of Habit (2015) - FTD »

– The Last Movies (2017) - FTD »

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