"Don't Be a Stranger" as written by and Mick Jagger Keith Richards....
One, tow, three, four
One, tow, three,

Well I haven't seen your face for years
I thought you had just disappeared
Don't you worry, what are friends for?

You can call me up most anytime
I never go to bed 'til five
Don't be a stranger
Just knock on my door

I heard you're in the south of Spain
Never coming back again

Don't be a stranger
A stranger no more
Don't be a stranger
Just knock on my door

Well the key is hanging on the chain
Are you still drinkin' the same champagne
While I been waiting on the fifteenth floor?

Have a glass while I light the fire
You still have those hungry eyes
Don't be a stranger
Just knock on my door

You can tell me about your escapades
The story of your lost decade

Don't be a stranger
A stranger no more
Don't be a stranger
Just knock on my door

(Hey baby)

Do you still drive the young men wild?
You were all so very versatile
I need your lovin' like never before

Well you walk with the same old swatch
I still got the same old couch
You see the painting that you always adored

And I love you sittin' in my chair
Come closer let me smell your hair

Don't be a stranger
A stranger no more
Don't be a stranger
Just knock on my door

Don't be a stranger
Don't be a stranger
Don't be a stranger
Don't be a stranger
Don't be a stranger
Don't be a stranger


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"Don't Be a Stranger" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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