Who Wrote the Friends Theme Song?

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The friend's theme song was written by an artist known as Bobby Vinton who was called, 'the most successful love singer of the time of Rock-era'. Born on 16th April in 1935, the American singer produced, many single hits such as; roses are red, I love you the way you are, lets kiss and make up and I won't cry anymore.
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