"Stranger" as written by and Richard Bell....
Intro:
Bop, Bop, Bop a who a knock mi door

Verse 1:
A stranger knock my door
Said he want to ask I a question
His eyes were mean and so
I could tell he had a wicked intention
Now I got to face this journey
No time for my knees to be weak
I reach for my psalms in a second
Jah I know I'm gonna need your protection

Chorus:
Oh oh, the stranger is a ranger
Coming to get my herb from my back yard garden, yea a
Oh oh, the stranger is a ranger
He come to get my herb from my back yard garden

Verse 2:
Looking through my key hole at his portfold
He was the size of a brute
Belts and buckles and boots
License to shoot don't want to hear the truth
He's not a jolly good fellow
Working for the pharaoh doing overtime for his pleasure
Want the Ras to be a victim
Want the Ras to face the boys of the system

Chorus

Verse 3:
As the pressure is mounting eh a a
Enforcement surrounding, yeah eh
Jah is my only bridge to cross over these troubled waters
I could never be doubting, no-o
Jah powers keep rising, eh eh
Good gonna trample evil
Cause Jah is always there for I and I

Chorus

Verse 4:
Well the pressure still mounting, yeah eh
Enforcement closing in, oh oh
Jah is my only bridge to cross over these troubled waters
Yeah ah, yeah eh eh yeaaaah
Good is gonna trample evil
Cause Jah is always there for I and I

Chorus 2x


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"Stranger" as written by Richard Bell

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