Rick Price - Strangers Lyrics

Artist: Rick Price Lyrics
Popularity : 118 users have visited this page.
Album: Track 6 on Tamborine Mountain
Rate: Strangers gets avg. rating 7.6 out of 10 based on 18 ratings. Rate the song now!!!

Remember how we'd go walking...
Late at night when the stars were falling
We were both so innocent and young
For a little while
In the dark we'd sit talking
Under the bridge where love was calling
It was like the two of us were one
Everyone said what a perfect pair
Always together everywhere
They were so sure we were so in love

But now we're strangers
It just ain't like it used to be
Now we're strangers
Funny how life changes
Now we're strangers

Holding hands on the old school bus
Stealing kisses while they laughed at us
We couldn't wait 'till we were seventeen
Then suddenly while
I was up there with my name in lights
And you were all alone on those long city nights
We pretended, oh so easily
Now there's no blame on either side
We just drifted into seperate lives
But tell me what's to become of you and me

Now that we're strangers
It just ain't like it used to be
Now we're strangers
Funny how life changes
Now we're strangers

We can talk about honesty
We can talk about passion and grief
We can cry for sincerity
And we can pray for belief

But right now we're strangers
It just ain't like it used to be
Now we're strangers
Funny how life changes
Now we're strangers
It just ain't like it used to be
Now we're stranges
Funny how life changes
Now we're strangers


If you believe the lyrics are not correct you can Submit Corrections to us

Lyrics007 gets licensed to display lyrics and pay the lyrics writers through LyricFind. The most of song titles are calibrated according to wikipedia