Been avoiding everything Written for the Harry Potter franchise, Reunion of Friends is a gentle and hopeful composition that offers the perfect soundtrack for a get-together with your best and oldest partners in life. It can save your life -- like when a good buddy gets you through a bad breakup -- or it can drive you absolutely nuts. Singing our hearts out to Carly, sweat in our eyes This is the conundrum explored by legendary soul singer Amy Winehouse in Just Friends, a single about the deep desire for friendship in the face of strong emotions. Guess we fell out, what was that all about? I'm so good at crashing in Been avoiding everything There’s nothing better than hanging out at a party with your best friends until the break of dawn, and that is the central theme of this pop anthem from Jacob Sartorious, which encourages young friends to stay up together until the break of dawn. Guess we fell out, what was that all about? He lays out (in explicit detail) why he and this girl should be more than friends. A friend in need is a friend indeed, as the saying goes, and Lean On Me by Bill Withers is a stirring expression of that sentiment. “Weep not for the memories.” We’ll try, Sarah! Thanks a ton. I think everyone’s been a bad friend at some point, and I wanted to write a very pure song about it. So don't ask me where I've been “Don’t wanna know if … To paraphrase Shaggy himself, show the nation your appreciation of your own “darling angel” and crank this tune up. The song — written by Randy Newman and performed as a duet by Newman and Lyle Lovett — is a perfect tribute to friends helping each other when times get tough. Maybe I overreacted, well, maybe you shouldn't have... Big Sean would like to remind you that no group of friends comes close to his group of friends, which includes members of GOOD Music (like Big Sean and Pusha T), Jay-Z and label head Kanye West. Ben E King‘s R&B classic has scaled the Billboard charts twice: First when it was released in 1961, then in 1986 when it was re-released, coinciding with the blockbuster coming-of-age film of the same name, demonstrating the song’s timeless appeal. Either way, pop musicians feel your pain. 'Cause I'm a bad, I'm a bad, I'm a bad friend If you insist. Listen to this touching song by Dionne Warwick & Friends to find out. The members of The Rolling Stones, especially Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, must know a thing or two about friendship. (Oh, I'm a bad friend, oh yeah, oh yeah) We ran through the bright Tokyo lights, nothing to lose. So don't ask me where I've been “Closer than my peeps you are to me, baby.” Damn, that’s beautiful. Written by Carole King, it was then recorded simultaneously for both her album, Tapestry, and James Taylor‘s Mud Slide Slim, with King and Taylor sharing the same backing musicians. This was inspired by someone I used to be best friends with, and how falling out with them in my early twenties made me point the mirror at myself and look my own insecurities that make me sabotage friendships. A song about a disagreement between two pals at a party that leads to a cathartic late-night smoking session, To You is a pleasant-sounding and somewhat corny love letter to friendship which perfectly encapsulates the emotionally awkward person inside each of us. [Verse 1] We ran through the bright Tokyo lights, nothing to lose They keep that straightforward style for My Best Friend, with a chorus that goes, “You are my best friend/and I love you, and I love you/Yes I do.” That’s just great, Weezer. This 1989 hit, first recorded by Bette Midler for the movie Beaches, takes friendship appreciation to a whole ‘nother level.