Can We Still Be Friends  

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"Can We Still Be Friends" is a song written and originally performed by Todd Rundgren.

In 1979, "Can We Still Be Friends" became a hit again when Robert Palmer recorded a version for his album Secrets.

Other versions

  • Rod Stewart remade this song as a track for his 1984 album Camouflage. This version is performed at a faster tempo than Rundgren's and Palmer's versions and features more prominent use of the synthesizer.
  • In 2001, Vonda Shepard's remake appeared on a soundtrack for the television show Ally McBeal.
  • Mandy Moore recorded a version appearing on her 2003 album Coverage, which is composed entirely of remakes.
  • Kate Markowitz recorded a version on her album Map of the World.
  • Argentine rock musicians Charly García and Nito Mestre, founding members of the band Sui Generis, recorded a Spanish version entitled "Yo soy su papá" ("I am his father"), which appeared on their 2000 album Sinfonías para adolescentes (Symphonies for Teenagers).




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