Just Friends is frequently played in F major as well as G major. This is one of the most common standards in the jazz repertoire, and every jazz musician must know this tune! John Klenner wrote Just Friends in 1931 with lyricist Sam Lewis. Countless jazz musicians have recorded this tune in various keys, but F and G are the most common keys.
Just Friends in F
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