[Chorus:] I made a decision, despite all the things that we go through I'm going to take more time with you, and be a friend indeed I made a decision, that everything will be alright Going to stay strong and keep it tight, I'll be there indeed
Let me talk to you, when it feels like the sun ain't shining bright enough It's like the devil's trying to work to give ? And though I'm blessed, I still gotta handle of things I go through It's good to have a friend, with another perspective to show you Someone you know that knows you, and gives you motivation Someone that you can go to, and vent your frustration We always talk about our peeps, how we be everywhere When you need 'em the most, are they really ever there? See, every thing be all good when we be havin' fun The difference is really needing a friend than having one It's good when your peoples are there to help your problems And help you smile about it while finding a way to solve it Look at hear, let me keep it at 100 and let me tell ya How you hold me down is something I genuinely value I got a clearer view, and being that you're always here for me I'll be here for you
Well, how you been baby? But I'm sayin' Even though we probably link up every now and then With minimal convo, look it's real good to see you friend Something that we allow that I don't even have to mention Is whether or not you got me, that's something that I never question Sometimes I feel that the people that I love don't appreciate me And some hate to see the shit I've been going through lately See you was here, when it started to haywire You're still here, walking with me going through the fire And I really love you for it, I know you all relate too On everything that I believe and I appreciate it you And just for that, it don't matter you can put that on my name The way you rep me, let me be there just for you the same Sometimes the pressure and the pain, it be wearin' me out But I thank you for just bein' there and for hearin' me out I got a clearer view, I thank God that you're here for me and I'm here for you
I, look in your eye, and I see the pain in it Life's a game, maybe the game did it I know I changed, they say the fame did it Life's changed, maybe the game did it Two friends, now in two different places And the mister catchin' planes, and you catching cases Friendship, we never based it on position No matter the game, we both shared the same vision Decisions to split us in the place that life seemed to hit us I would come to town and never get up, with you Around then, things weren't so simple I had my own issues that I was trying to get through Outside chatter, messing with our mental On the chase of ? trust, you can't forget to It's the real friends, that you've got to tend to No matter how far, just know that I'm with you
I made a decision
Writer/s: ARMOND DAVIS, DENAUN M PORTER, LONNIE LYNN, TREVOR SMITH
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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