1 Don't betray me, I wish to be your friend.
2 "The day before the funeral, friend," says the king.
3 A couple of squirrels set on a limb and jabbered at me very friendly.
4 Old Peter had friends, and they ain't going to let them come to no harm.
5 Mary Jane Wilks, you know me for your friend, and for your unselfish friend, too.
6 Here a poor prisoner, forsook by the world and friends, fretted his sorrowful life.
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7 It was nuts for the crowd, though maybe not for the king's friends; so we all started.
8 And when she got through they all jest laid theirselves out to make me feel at home and know I was amongst friends.
9 He was a-reeling across the street towards me, bare-headed, with a friend on both sides of him a-holt of his arms and hurrying him along.
10 It was outrageous, and I knowed I ought to just up and tell him so; and so be his true friend, and let him quit the thing right where he was and save himself.
11 He asked the king where he was going, and the king told him he'd come down the river and landed at the other village this morning, and now he was going up a few mile to see an old friend on a farm up there.
12 The king he visited around in the evening, and sweetened everybody up, and made himself ever so friendly; and he give out the idea that his congregation over in England would be in a sweat about him, so he must hurry and settle up the estate right away and leave for home.
13 Whenever we see anybody coming we can tie Jim hand and foot with a rope, and lay him in the wigwam and show this handbill and say we captured him up the river, and were too poor to travel on a steamboat, so we got this little raft on credit from our friends and are going down to get the reward.
14 I was your father's friend, and I'm your friend; and I warn you as a friend, and an honest one that wants to protect you and keep you out of harm and trouble, to turn your backs on that scoundrel and have nothing to do with him, the ignorant tramp, with his idiotic Greek and Hebrew, as he calls it.