Who Sang Strangers? Aztec Two-Step

Release information
Release Date: 1972
Genre: Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Hardcore
length: 5:15
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When I was younger, and life a stranger
I dreamed of circuses and things of danger
I watched the clouds suspended like balloons
I sailed my ship on treetop afternoons
No obligations, no sense of time
And life was equal to a lost child's nursery rhyme
And it was easy, so very easy for my mind
Where does it go? Nobody knows
Climbing the spiral stairs that lead nowhere
But as the years ceaselessly were rolling
Like a passage from a play of someone strolling
Through foggy nights and naked imagery
Through sunless days and glass menageries
A frozen face would hide its eyes
And wouldn't dare to even dream about the sky
Now ain't it funny, oh ain't it funny why
When we first met we both were strangers
You took me in from all the danger
You gave me warmth when I was cold
You reached with love and and touched my soul
You put the sun back in the sky
And then you gave me back my eyes
And now it's easy, so very easy I
Feel like I could fly

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Baking
  • 2 Killing Me
  • 3 The Persecution & Restoration of Dean Moriarty (On the Road)
  • 4 The Infidel
  • 5 So Easy
  • 6 Prisoner
  • 7 Strangers
  • 8 Almost Apocalypse
  • 9 Dancers All
  • 10 Cockroach Cacophony
  • 11 Highway Song

  • Release information
    label: Elektra
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin