"Strange Days" as written by and Martin Andrew/noonan Challis....
An old lady helps me as I'm crossing the road
She sees the direction and the weight of my load
She points to a man taking peace to the poor
And a record is broken by the arm of the law

And you and I as we skate, pitch or ride
We seek our adventures in the places we hide
The pendulum dances, opinion poles swing
Not to mention the meaning of contemporary things

[PRE-CHORUS]
We're chasing the feeling that our money can't buy
Our pocket books empty but we're ready to try

[CHORUS]
On strange days everything is stranger
And don't I know nothing comes without danger
On strange days everything is stranger
Don't I know nothing comes without danger

Drowning not waving in a film title end
Our mothers and fathers have postcards to send
We calculate the loss and unfortunate things
And the healthy economy that good warfare brings

[PRE-CHORUS]
We're chasing the feeling that our money can't buy
Our pocket books empty but we're ready to try

[CHORUS]
On strange days everything is stranger
And don't I know nothing comes without danger
On strange days everything is stranger
Don't I know nothing comes without danger


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"Strange Days" as written by Katie Anne Noonan Martin Andrew Challis

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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