"Strangers" as written by and Barry/weil Mann....
I dug a hole so deep and wide
I dug a dark hole in the night
While you were laying fast asleep with her
And if there ever was a crime
You'll be together one more time
Before I put you face-down in the dirt.

But after my digging was done
I realized that just because you lose
Don't mean that I have won
And maybe we're not strangers after all.

You fucked me in the phone booth
You know you took me by surprise
There was a long, long way from summer
And you blame it for the sadness in your eyes.

There was a good thing that you took my call
'Cause if you didn't then, we both know, I would not be here at all
And maybe we're not strangers after all.

I seen an old man walking
Through the room with my guitar
His fingerprints were bleeding on the strings
And when he smiled his teeth were shining
You could tell that he'd been crying
And so that smile just didn't mean a thing.

Well I've added up all of the things you've done
And I've taken a good look at the man that I've become
And maybe we're not strangers after all.
Maybe we're not strangers after all.
Maybe we're not strangers after all.


Lyrics submitted by papernapkin1313

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