"Red's Song" as written by and Gary Michael/olson Louris....
How could I walk so lonesome
How could I aim so wrong
All the time you pardoned
You held me when I was young
You caught me when I fell
You can make it rain and shine
Never could when I was alone

I was on the floor
When I ran you out my door

[Chorus]
I , I can't stop
I can't stop those flashing reds
The strange, the strangest love
The strangest love I ever had

You said I hold the door right
You said I've gone this far
You've been watching over
The dreams that kept us from
What's real well they seem
So foolish now
How can I live without you
How can I make it through
I was on the floor
When I ran you out my door

[Chorus]

I was on the floor
When I ran you out my door
I, I can't stop
I can't stop those flashing reds
The strange, the strangest love
The strangest love I ever had
The strangest love I ever had


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"Red's Song" as written by Gary Michael Louris Gary Louris

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