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I’m gonna be your friend

A jazzy and positive song on the perennial subject of friendship. This song was originally composed and recorded for the Concern FoodAid campaign. For more information about Concern, visit the Concern Worldwide website.

Words and Music by Chris Williams

Used by permission of Concern Worldwide

Comments about I’m gonna be your friend

Stewart Report this comment

Posted 1st Jun 2012 08:00

This song is absolutely great. We used it in our class assembly!! Singing it everyday.

Ms Walker Report this comment

Posted 15th Nov 2011 06:36

I think this song is great, the school sing it very nicely

Dunno Locket Report this comment

Posted 22nd Oct 2010 09:36

i love this song because it teaches you about friendship and what friendship and homeless people on the street feel like and that we're so lucky to have what we need to survive like when it says got no food or shelter its talking about homeless people and things like that. it's just all about friendship, love and caring. a big well done to the people who are thinking of all the homeless people. we sing it in class.

Miss Phillips Report this comment

Posted 3rd May 2010 11:08

I love this song! Our school is using it for the Yr 6 leavers production. We are having a soloist sing it!

Mrs Mosl Mosley Report this comment

Posted 22nd Jan 2010 05:02

I love this song, my class sing it well

Mr Felipe Report this comment

Posted 24th Dec 2009 03:03

The song was stunning, my class love this song.

Mr Luo Report this comment

Posted 4th Dec 2009 08:22

I really like this song because it teaches people about love and care and friendship. It has a really good tune and it's just enjoyable! This song teaches people about kindness and the tune is just like really funky and funny!

Mrs Hackworthy Report this comment

Posted 16th Nov 2009 08:24

I loved this song. we used it for our class assembly on friendship and a modern take on the Good Samaraitan and football teams. Great fun.

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