"Stranger To The Eyes of A Child-Man" as written by and Kenneth Earl/mcgill Jankowski....
People everywhere you got to stop and breathe the air
Then you might see it but you won't believe it
And all your life you've seen the signs
They brought light to our design
It's perforated, meant to be upgraded

Science dubs more miracles
As distance grows from us back to the womb
It's stranger to the eyes of a child, man

But these lights don't make a carnival
It's all wrong as strangers walk on past
The light that's last, no shadows cast
And I'm one of them most of the time

No shadows cast, no shadows cast
It's stranger to the eyes of a child, man

The path is where you stand
It's not to be seen, so step ahead
Not complicated but the signal's faded
People everywhere you grown up breathing stagnant air
Now when you see it you got words to explain it

Everything's been stigmatized
By those who add their own surprise
Makes it stranger to the eyes of a child, man

But these lights don't make a carnival
It's all wrong as strangers walk on past
The light that's last, no shadows cast
And I'm one of them most of the time

But range is broad and even still more vast
With no livin' past, light built up blast
And I've never known a stranger thing
It's stranger to the eyes of a child, man

But these lights don't make a carnival
Though range is broad and even still more vast
With no livin' past, light built up past
And I've never known a stranger thing




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"Stranger to the Eyes of a Child-Man" as written by Justin Matthew Tricomi John Adam Mcgill

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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