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  1. Aug 21, 2021 · The lyrics I heard were something along the lines of “Well maybe I’m just not good enough to go…”. This song was sung by a male. Personally it was a song I’ve heard before and I feel like it was from the early 2000’s. I tried typing the lyrics into google and the correct song didn’t come up! It’s been bothering me all day!

  2. Lyrics (Chorus) Friends, friends forever, Forever we are friends. I got your back and you got mine That will never end. Friends, friends forever, Forever we are friends. So come along and join our song, ‘Cause everything better with friends (Verse) When we get together if for work or play. Everything is better every single day.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KumbayaKumbaya - Wikipedia

    Frey said the Cunninghams then toured America singing the song with the text "Kum Ba Yah". The story of an African origin for the phrase circulated in several versions, spread also by the revival group the Folksmiths, whose liner notes for the song stated that "Kum Ba Yah" was brought to America from Angola. As Winick points out, however:

  4. "Seven Nation Army" is characterised as an alternative rock, garage rock, blues rock and punk blues song with a length of three minutes and 52 seconds. According to sheet music published by Universal Music Publishing Group, it is composed in the key of E minor in common time with a tempo of 120 beats per minute.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Led_ZeppelinLed Zeppelin - Wikipedia

    In their first year, Led Zeppelin completed four US and four UK concert tours, and also released their second album, Led Zeppelin II.Recorded mostly on the road at various North American studios, it was an even greater commercial success than their first album and reached the number one chart position in the US and the UK.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Nicki_MinajNicki Minaj - Wikipedia

    "Super Freaky Girl" debuted at number one in the U.S, making the song Minaj's third U.S. number one and her first unaccompanied number one. It became the first solo song by a female rapper to debut at number one in the U.S. in 22 years, after fellow rapper Lauryn Hill's song "Doo Wop (That Thing)" also debuted at number one in 1998.

  7. "Take Me Home, Country Roads", also known simply as "Country Roads", is a song written by Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert and John Denver about West Virginia. It was released as a single performed by Denver on April 12, 1971, peaking at number two on Billboard ' s US Hot 100 singles for the week ending August 28, 1971.

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