"Strange Girl (Bombastic Version)" as written by and Mikel Jollett Noah Harmon....
It was an old song,
From "Kiss me, Kiss me, Kiss me" that she sang.
It was an old line,
I kept with me, with me, with me when she rang

You're such a strange girl,
You're such a strange, strange girl.
You're such a strange girl.

It's all been embraced (?)
Everyone is telling me,
It's slightly deranged,
Everyone is telling me.

We traded blindness for wisdom
And some lines around the eyes.
But you just act like it was a fact of life
It didn't come as a surprise.

You're such a strange girl,
You're such a strange, strange girl.
You're such a strange girl.

And no you can't ever go home.
Everything has changed and the people are gone.
So close your eyes and summon up the song
And you feel your life falling under you like a slide
Like a slide

It was an old song,
I once knew every note and every line.
It was a long night,
When I carried you and you carried me for a time.

You're such a strange girl,
You're such a strange, strange girl.
You're such a strange girl.

It's all been embraced (?)
Everyone is telling me,
It's slightly deranged,
Everyone is telling me.

I dreamt of your face
And what the song was telling me
For time has made it all obscene
And trapped us in our dreams


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"Strange Girl" as written by Mikel Frans Jollett

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    General CommentA "Strange Girl" with "Lines around here eyes" who listened to "Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me"

    and I think "It's all been arranged" not erased.
    rajwoodsonon May 05, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIn his youth, ATE frontman Mikel Jollett was a fan of The Cure and this song is a nod to the UK gothic rock band. "You miss being 16 and loving anything that much, anything that makes you feel that overwhelmingly for a song, and it's like the most consistent feeling you have sometimes," he explained to UK newspaper The Independent.
    FloridaGuyon October 10, 2011   Link

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