"Love, Don't Be A Stranger" as written by Mary Sharon Rice and Wilbur S. Rice....
Love I haven't seen you in a long time
Since then I ain't been worth a dime
Hasn't been that long
But it feels like years
Last time it could have worked out better
But you know we belong together
Love don't be a stranger round here

You know your way around my heart
But I know you don't see well in the dark
So I leave a light on and you won't get scared
In the morning or even at midnight
You can come on in its all right
Love don't be a stranger
Don't worry bout the danger
Love don't be a stranger round here

Last time you went away
You made me cry, cry, cry
Said I didn't need you anyway
But I lied, lied, lied
Love don't be a stranger
Don't worry bout the danger
Love don't be a stranger round here

Love I'm a little bit smarter
And I'll try a little bit
This time I won't wind up in tears
Love now that we're talking
Maybe you'll come around more often
Love don't be a stranger
Don't worry about the danger
Don't be a stranger round

Last time you went away
You made me cry, cry, cry
Said I didn't need you anyway
But I lied, lied, lied
Love don't be a stranger
Don't worry bout the danger
Love don't be a stranger round here


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"Love, Don't Be a Stranger" as written by Wilbur S. Rice Mary Sharon Rice

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