"Stranger" as written by Jason S. Finn, Chris Ballew and David Michael Dederer....
You, Lynard Skinnard-hat and
Me, little kitty
Sat across with a velvet jacket
Wild orange hair and dark, dark eyes
I gawked like a twelve-year-old - smitten
Carla the stripper,
Straight from L.A.
You seem cool for a naked chick in a booth
Let's be pals some day
In other words,
Put some clothes on and call me

I saw you
It was incredible

Slim, relax,
Fine wine at the (QFC)
On a snowy Saturday night
Black pearls and I swear you were drinkin' beer
You were the redhead behind the counter there
I'm the one who fell off his chair there
You had your dry-cleaning and I think you're dreaming

I saw you
It was incredible
Mumbled these words at you

My, my, my, my
My, my, my, my, my, my, my

My, my, my, my
My, my, yea hey-hey
Hey who had what time is it?

Lyrics submitted by carboncentric

"Stranger" as written by David Michael Dederer Chris Ballew

Lyrics © INSIDE PASSAGE MUSIC , Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentlove at first sight.
    iagoAdmireron June 08, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthese guys really know how to turn a truly sad/embarassing moment to something i cant stop laughing about... wish they never broke up
    finchptsstw58on December 08, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAbout Chris's youth I imagine.
    JAStewarton December 31, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAmazing sone, there's probably not a hidden meanin, instead of the obvious - That it's a song about a prostitute and who also works day shifts at the diner where the guy tried to pick her up but was stunned to say anything.
    iceyflameon April 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI mean't a prosititute in a strip club, not one on the streets or something.
    iceyflameon April 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe presidents are from Seattle, and here there's an idependently-published weekly magazine called "The Stranger". In the magazine there are movie reviews, concert info, and personal ads. There's also one section called "I Saw You" or somthing. In it people can try and get in contact with people they met or saw in the area. All the lyrics from this song are actually taken from the magazine.
    okapiqueenon April 03, 2006   Link
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    My OpinionGreat song. Sounds like okapiqueen has it right. I could listen to this song all day...very catchy...
    cybervipron December 03, 2008   Link

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