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March 29, 2021




In 95, ‘My Friends’, on Warner Brothers,

for The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, made No.29.

And in 07, ‘The Girls’, on Sony,

saw Calvin Harris on the Top 3 line.


In 84, ‘Girls Just Want To Have Fun’,

on Portrait, gave Cyndi Lauper a Top 2.

And in 99, ‘Friends Forever’, for Thunderbugs,

reached the Top 5, on 1st Avenue.


In 86, Queen peaked at No.14, on EMI,

with ‘Friends Will Be Friends’.

And in 07, The Spice Girls, on Virgin,

made No.11, with ‘Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)’.


In 71, ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, on Warner Brothers,

gave James Taylor, a US No.1 & UK Top 4.

And in 79, ‘Girl Talk’, on Swansong,

for Dave Edmunds, also a UK Top 4.


In 70, ‘Friends’, on Decca,

gave Arrival, a No.8 entry.

And in 89, ‘Girls NIght Out’,

on Wildstar, for Alda, made the Top 20.


In 71, ‘Girls Are Out To Get You’, on Mojo,

took The Fascinations to No.32.

And in 2000, Melanie C, on Virgin,

had a No.1 with ‘I Turn To You’.


In 92,’Good Friends’, peaked at No.61,

on Columbia, for Paris Red.

And in 2010, Plan B, on 679/Atlantic,

had a Top 3 with ‘She Said’.


In 83, ‘Dear Prudence’, on Wonderland,

was a Top 3 for Siouxsie & The Banshees.

And in 05, ‘All About You’/’You’ve Got A Friend’,

on Island, for McFly, made No.1 with ease.


In 82, Zoom, on Virgin,

gave Fat Larry’s Band, a Top 2.

And in 63, The Beatles had a 7 week No.1,

on Parlophone, with ‘From Me To You’


written by Harriet Blackbury.



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