"I'm a Stranger Here" as written by and Hudson Whittaker....
I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Yes, I am, I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
And just because I'm a stranger, you don't have to dog me 'round

Well, I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
Sometimes I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
I can't find a place to stay, lord, I just go from door to door

I'm gonna write home to daddy to send me my railroad fare
Oh, yes, I will, I'm gonna write home to daddy send me my railroad fare
And boys, if he can't send it, I don't mind walkin' there

Well, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Oh, yes, I am, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Well, when I get back home I won't have these old stranger blues

I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Yes, I am, I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
And just because I'm a stranger, you don't have to dog me 'round


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"I'm a Stranger Here" as written by Saunders Terry Brownie Mcghee

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing

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