"He's So Strange" as written by Charlotte Caffey, Glen Custis, Jane Wiedlin and Leonard Graves Phillips....
He's coming out tonight
He'll walk outside the light
You'll feel him very near
Confusion nothing's clear
His presence cold and stark
Like a shadow in the dark
You're scared but you won't run
You almost wish it was over and done

CHORUS
You can't escape the thought of him
Do you wonder why?
He's so strange
And if he brought you down to your knees
Would you cry?
He's so strange
He frightens you so much
He could burn you with his touch
Everything has changed
He's so strange

You've lost all track of time
The victim of a crime
He's stolen heart and soul
He's taken all control
Is this some crazy dream?
Obsession the main theme
Though you can't see the chains
You're the prisoner of a love so strange

CHORUS



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"He's So Strange" as written by Glen Custis Charlotte Caffey

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    General CommentIt's about a rape.

    He's coming out tonight
    He'll walk outside the light
    You'll feel him very near
    Confusion nothing's clear
    His presence cold and stark
    Like a shadow in the dark
    You're scared but you won't run
    You almost wish it was over and done

    Speaks for itself.

    You can't escape the thought of him
    Do you wonder why?
    He's so strange
    And if he brought you down to your knees
    Would you cry?
    He's so strange
    He frightens you so much
    He could burn you with his touch
    Everything has changed
    He's so strange

    You've lost all track of time
    The victim of a crime
    He's stolen heart and soul
    He's taken all control
    Is this some crazy dream?
    Obsession the main theme
    Though you can't see the chains
    You're the prisoner of a love so strange
    the_music_nazion August 02, 2014   Link

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