LYRIC

I’d Want It To Be You – Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson Lyrics

[Verse 1: Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson]
Time has a way of changing everything
That goes for almost anything but us
Always have and I always will remain
Words from a heart that you can trust
While others come and go
You can always know I’m here for you
Whenever you might need me

[Chorus: Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson]
Sometimes, if you’re lucky
You find that certain someone
You can always count on to be true (To be true)
If I had the choice of only one friend in this world
You know that I’d want it to be you

[Verse 2: Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson]
You’re still kinda crazy after all these years
You’ll always be that funny girl to me (Aw, thanks, Willie)
Season to season, we’ll always have a reason
To be the best of friends that we can be
Someone you can turn to (I’ll turn to you)
Every minute of the day
Warm memories to hold on to
That will never fade away

[Chorus: Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson]
Sometimes, if you’re lucky
You find that certain someone
You can always count on to be true
If I had the choice of only one friend in this world (One friend in this world)
You know that I’d want it to be you

[Bridge: Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson]
You’re like a sweet familiar song
A good book when I’m alone
A cup of coffee when I’m cold
And country road that leads me home

[Chorus: Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Willie Nelson]
Oh, you know that sometimes, if you’re lucky
You find that certain someone
You can always count on to be true (To be true)
If I had the choice of only one friend in this world
You know that I’d want it to be you (I’d want it to be you)

[Outro: Willie Nelson, Barbra Streisand, Barbra Streisand & Willie Nelson]
When I get on the road again
You’ll be always on my mind
We’ll stay the way we were forever true
There’s no one in this world that’s been
A better friend to me than you
Can I ride on your bus sometime, Willie?
Come on, Barb, let’s get on this bus 

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