"Strange Night" as written by Ann Wilson, Susan Ennis and Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson....
Get out that wig - I know you
Put on those shiny pointed shoes
We'll have a strange night
Corsage - long gown - all the rest
That ain't what we call dressed
For a strange night

You're gonna lose who you are
We could take it pretty far
Can there ever be any harm

No one will know you
You won't show
Feels wild like we used to
Just tonight that the feeling's right
We'll wear a disguise that won't
Show through

We'll go out in the old red car
You can sit in the bakc seat and play
Your guitar
If the blue lights flash while we're rockin
Don't you worry I'll do the talking
And tell it right

You're gonna lose who you are
We could take it pretty far
Can there ever be any harm

No one will know you
You won't show
Feels wild like we used to
Just tonight that the feeling's right
We'll wear a disguise that won't
Show through

Let's just stop at random places
Just to see the look on their faces
What a strange sight
Put on that wig, I know you
I know what you like to do
Have a strange night


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"Strange Night" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Ann Wilson

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