"Stranger in Paradise" as written by Osmond Wright and Henry Binns....
Oh why do the leaves of the mulberry
Tree whisper differently now
And why is the nightingale singing
At noon on the mulberry bough
For some most mysterious reason
This isn't garden I know
No, it's paradise now
That was only a garden a moment ago

Take my hand I'm a stranger in paradise
All lost in a wonderland a stranger in paradise
If I stand starry eyed that's the danger in paradise
For mortals who stand beside an angel like you

I saw your face and I ascended
Out of the commonplace into the rare
Somewhere in space I hang suspended
Until I know there's a chance that you care

Won't you answer this fervent prayer
Of a stranger in paradise
Don't send me in dark despair from all that I hunger for
But open your angel's arms to this stranger in paradise
And tell him that he need be a stranger no more


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"Stranger in Paradise" as written by Bob Wright George Chet Forrest

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