"Stranger in Paradise" as written by Osmond Wright and Henry Binns....
The twilight falls on shadowed walls
The day dissolves into the point of no return
We cross the line with silent signs
The night seduces us of the possibilities
Can it be, that finally
Take me to the fantasies

I'm a stranger in paradise
And it's a long way to the ground
I'm a stranger in paradise
Don't let, don't let me down

The moon escapes, and I awake
I lie and listen to the music of your breathing
I catch my breath, remembering
I have to touch you just to see if I'm still dreaming
What remains when night has gone
Cover me in shades of dawn

I'm a stranger in paradise
And it's a long way to the ground
I'm a stranger in paradise
Don't let, don't let me down
Can it be, finally
Take me to the fantasies

I'm a stranger in paradise
And it's a long way to the ground
I'm a stranger in paradise
Don't let, don't let me down

I'm a stranger in paradise
Don't let, don't let me down

Stranger, I'm a stranger
Stranger, stranger, stranger


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"Stranger in Paradise" as written by John Joseph Capek Amy Sky

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