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This Friendly World
Fabian Lyrics


In this friendly, friendly world with each day so full of joy
Why should any heart be lonely?
In this friendly, friendly world with each night so full of dreams
Why should any heart be afraid?

The world is such a wonderful place to wander through
When you've got someone you love to wander along with you

With the skies so full of stars and the river so full of song
Every heart should be so thankful

Thankful for this friendly, friendly world

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: JOHNNY WARRINGTON, KEN LORIN DARBY

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EDITH SYMMANS

Fabian was a young man found for his great good looks and pushed into the music business to live the  dream for some other guy….   what this young man did was work hard to support his entire family as the sole provider….. remember Fabian was only around fourteen years old when he started this singing stuff….. I admire his guts and determination to stick to it and make a go of it all….  just would like people to stop knocking Fabian, he's wonderful…..  when was the last time one of you knockers got on stage and sung up a storm?   Give Fabian a brake people.

EAP 1-8-35

He was great in "North to Alaska" No singing, but good comedy acting.

Valkyrie Ziege

; Yup, you nailed it! Thank You!
I have sincere respect for him.

myeyesinside out

cant sing...dam

sherom

+EDITH SYMMANS You are dealing with frustrated people Edith, who have nothing better to do but to hang around facebook and youtube all day venting their anger and provoking people to argue with them...Pathetic society !

David Leonard

Kaufman was better.

Hubert Shitmeyer

i agree.

mark malak

Give the guy a break,this was one of his BETTER performances.What he lacked in talent,he made up in coolness.I'm still a fan!

TheZeroSongster

yes, kaufman makes me cry... this version is lame =/

Bill Herald

The flip-side of the 45 was an even-bigger hit ("Hound Dog Man").

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