"Ain't it Strange" as written by and Kevin Gerard Kinney....
I saw two people kissing on the street today
Holding hands and promising there be no end
I saw two people hugging on the street today
AS if there would not be no yesterday
And oh how they must think it is
To be an adult just like a kid
Living off my black and white
And adding color to my life

I saw a man looking at a lot today
Thought how he could use it in so many ways
Like tearing up your parking lot to build a house
So you'll just have to park your Volvo somewhere else
And oh how they must think it is
To be an adult just like a kid
Tearing up a parking lot
To build a home, to build a house

Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange

I saw two people dancing in the constant rain
Getting soaked and doing all they really can
Getting soaked and pretending they're in Hollywood
Doing all they really can and all they could
But oh how they must think it's strange
Standing out in the pouring rain
Come in where its warm and dry
Come in where its warm and dry

I saw a man singing on the street today
Singing songs he wrote about the ways today
How people walking by think he has got some nerve
He's singing in the street and singing on a curve
But oh how they must think it is
To be an adult just like a kid
And living off black and whites
And adding color to my life

Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange
Ain't it strange

Man walking plain
Strange all days
Forever way.
Ain't it strange.


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"Ain't It Strange" as written by Kevin Gerard Kinney

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