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(olivia newton-john)You say you want to know most everything about himBut babe, what you’re saying is that you don’t want to doubt himIf I told you all the truth you wouldn’t want to see him anymoreBut I’m his friend as well and there’s no way I can tellTales that will make you unsureDon’t ask a friend; don’t make me tell a lieDon’t ask a friend to be your alibiYou know that I would like to help you patch it up againI’m your lonely hearts club friendDon’t ask a friendI’ve known him for so long to me he’s like a brotherAnd if I needed help will I know there’d be no otherBut you’re as close to me as any friend that I have ever knownI’m caught up in between his devil and your dreamPlease make your choice on your ownDon’t ask a friend; don’t make me tell a lieDon’t ask a friend to be your alibiYou know that I would like to help you patch it up againI’m your lonely hearts club friendDon’t ask a friend



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