"Strange Behavior" as written by Natalie Mcintyre, Priese Prince Lamont Board, Michael Adam Shapiro, Caleb Speir and Michael Kevin Farrell....
This is the story,
About two people
In love.

We were happily married,
Until he waved a gun at me.
I said whats with all your strange behavior.

He said I love you baby
But you got a big insurance policy
And I really
Need the paper.

Strange behavior by the sea. (se-e-e)
He'd be here
But he's deceased
Strange behavior

I had a big insurance policy
And he had a big insurance policy,

I said baby if you get a job
You would not have to shoot me now.
He said Oh My God Your such a hata.
But then he chickened out,
I took the gun and shot him down
Cuz I really need the papa.


What was I to do
Sometimes its me or you
I swear that I loved you baby
All I have to say so
I say so
Cuz Im rich now


Drove his body to the sea
I kissed him on his cold cheek
I said I guess I see you later

And the people all asking me
I say he'd be here but he deceased

Then I go and spend my papa-a
Oh oh oh


He'd be here
He'd be here

He's dead!

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"Strange Behavior" as written by Michael Adam Shapiro Caleb Speir

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