I heard you walk in late last night
You slipped inside turned out the light

But there?s a strange feeling
When you know something ain't right
There?s a strange feeling in the night

She whispers secrets in the dark
And waits to hear the morning lark

But there?s a strange feeling
When you know something ain't right
There?s a strange feeling in the night

When the moon comes tumbling down
And as the stars go out
There?s a shadow in the corner of the streetlight
And this feeling I got well it just ain't right

Oooo weee, ooooo weee
The wind seems to howl as it tickles the trees
Oooo weee, ooo weee
Somebody?s footsteps are following me

But there?s a strange feeling
When you know something ain't right
There?s a strange feeling in the night

I heard you walk in late last night
You slipped inside turned out the light

But there?s a strange feeling
When you know something ain't right
There?s a strange feeling in the night



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