"We're Strangers Again" as written by Leona Williams and Merle Haggard....
First we were strangers both down on our luck
And both in need of a friend
We promised each other
To much to live up to
And now we're strangers again

I came like a stranger
And you took me in
And I felt at home in your arms
We had nothing but good times
As long as the sun shines
But we just couldn't weather the storms

You came like a stranger
And I took you in
And you gave me some reasons
To live
I gave the good the good times
And you gave the sunshine
Till we ran out of good things to give

Now we are strangers back down on our luck
And both in need of a friend
We promised each other
To much to live up to
And now we're strangers again

Strangers again


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"We're Strangers Again" as written by Merle Haggard Leona Williams

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