Biz Markie – Just A Friend (Official Video)



Biz Markie – Just A Friend (Video) from the album ‘The Biz Never Sleeps’ (1989)

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Lyrics:

[Verse 1]
Have you ever met a girl that you tried to date
But a year to make love she wanted you to wait?
Let me tell a story of my situation
I was talkin’ to this girl from the U.S. nation
The way that I met her was on tour, at a concert
She had long hair and a short miniskirt
I just got on stage, drippin’, pourin’ with sweat
I was walkin’ through the crowd and guess who I met
I whispered in her ear, “Come to the picture booth
So I can ask you some questions to see if ya hundred proof”
I asked her her name, she said: “Blah-blah-blah”
She had 9/10 pants and a very big bra
I took a couple of flicks and she was enthused
I said: “How do you like the show?” She said: “I was very amused”
I started throwin’ bass, she started throwin’ back mid-range
But when I sprung the question, she acted kind of strange
Then when I asked, “Do ya have a man?”, she tried to pretend
She said: “No, I don’t, I only have a friend”
Come on!
I’m not even goin’ for it, this is what I’m goin’ sing

[Chorus]
You, you got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
And you say he’s just a friend, oh baby
You got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
But you say he’s just a friend, oh baby
You got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
But you say he’s just a friend

[Verse 2]
So I took blah-blah’s word for it at this time
I thought just havin’ a friend couldn’t be no crime
‘Cause I have friends and that’s a fact
Like Agnes, Agatha, Germaine, and Jack
Forget about that, let’s go into the story
About a girl named “blah-blah-blah” that adored me
So we started talkin’, gettin’ familiar
Spendin’ a lot of time, so we can build a
Relationship or some understanding
How it’s gonna be in the future we was plannin’
Everything sounded so dandy and sweet
I had no idea I was in for a treat
After this was established, everything was cool
The tour was over and she went back to school
I called every day to see how she was doin’
Every time that I called her, it seemed somethin’ was brewin’
I called her room, a guy picked up, but then I called again
I say: “Yo, who was that?” “Oh, he’s just a friend”
Don’t gimme that, don’t even gimme that!
Jus’ bust this

[Chorus]
You, you got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
And you say he’s just a friend, oh baby
You got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
But you say he’s just a friend, oh baby
You got what I need
But you say he’s just a friend
But you say he’s just a friend

[Verse 3]
So, I came to her college on a surprise visit
To see my girl, that was so exquisite
It was a school day, I knew she was there
The first semester of the school year
I went to a gate to ask where was her dorm
This guy made me fill out a visitor’s form
He told me where it was and I was on my way
To see my baby doll, I was happy to say
I arrived in front of the dormitory
“Yo, could you tell me where is door three?”
They showed me where it was for the moment
I didn’t know I was in for such an event
So, I came to her room and opened the door
Oh, snap! Guess what I saw?
A fella tongue-kissin’ my girl in her mouth
I was so in shock, my heart went down south
So please, listen to the message that I send
Don’t ever talk to a girl who says she just has a friend…

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