"Strange" as written by and Antoine/renald Sicotte....
I was heading down the highway
She's going my way
She climbed in, the next thing I knew

We started laughing and smoking,
We got to talking
Yeah, we'd both been hurt a time or two

I knew she didn't love me
But I didn't think she'd want me, no
Right there she took me
Underneath that sun, we became one

She said
Life's a little strange
We all need a little strange sometimes
I'm a little strange
A lot like you...
(Let's ride)

Halfway to Boston
She turned down the radio
Asked what I was looking for

Then I looked in her eyes,
For the first time I realized
I really didn't know anymore

Sometimes I think I want true love
Most times I feel like there's no one
But in the meantime hold me tight
Things will be alright

I said...
Life's a little strange
We all need a little strange sometimes
I'm a little strange
A lot like you...
(Let's ride)

I pulled along the highway
The time had come to go our way
She took my hand, looked into my eyes
And said "won't you hold me one more time"

She said...
Life's a little strange
We all need a little strange sometimes
I'm a little strange a lot
Oh baby, a lot like you...


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"Strange" as written by James Renald Antoine Sicotte

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