"The Stranger" as written by Kipp Williams, Jon White and Lindsey Lee....
Oh, oh, I can look at strangers
And I can re-arrange them
Reflection cast right back at us
Can we still put our faith in our saviours?
No semi-mental journey

Oh, I can be the stranger and I will recreate my mind
So I'll find those that play there
But I can't trust half of my playthings, no
The stranger

Broken mirror, seven years
Well, that's some kind of luck
Shall I put my trust in strangers?
Their shattered dreams fall into dust
I can't recall just what I'm after
Can't recall just what we're after, no

Oh, I can be the stranger and I will sink into those eyes
Yes, I will be the stranger, get back all that I've searched for
The stranger
The stranger

Broken mirror, seven years
Well that's some kind of luck
That's some kind of luck, that's some kind of luck
That's some kind of luck, that's some kind of luck
That's some kind of luck, that's some kind of luck
That's some kind of luck, that's some kind of luck

I thought you were my friend, but you are
The stranger


Lyrics submitted by IniquitatisRex

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