"Full-Fledged Strangers" as written by and Jonatha Brooke....
'Cause you are there in my dreams and in my days
Like you've always been
I've got a river of kin, a footbridge of neighbors
The rest of my little world is
Full-fledged strangers, full-fledged strangers

But you think you know me
Think it's just a matter of time
'Til you make me see the depth of your sincerity
But I can't shake this

The way on is no longer clear
The bridge is out and the woods are dark and dear
And I could get lost for trying, all my fears in ambush on the way

'Cause they are there in my dreams and in my days
Like they've always been

I'm waiting and there's still no one to meet my train
I'm waiting and there's no one but myself to blame
I'm waiting and there's still no one to meet my train
Waiting, for you

Love is love – it could have gone either way
'Cause it is also love that walks away
And I'll take one step back and pull the wool back over your eyes
And I'll walk on

'Cause you are there in my dreams and in my days
Like you've always been
I've got a river of kin, a footbridge of neighbors
The rest of my little world is
Full-fledged strangers, full-fledged strangers

I'm waiting and there's still no one to meet my train
I'm waiting and there's no one but myself to blame
I'm waiting and there's still no one to meet my train
Waiting.


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"Full-Fledged Strangers" as written by Jonatha Brooke

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