Who Sang Strangers? Mark Chesnutt

Release information
Release Date: 1995-10-3
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country
length: 3:02
Even though I've only known her for a couple of beers
In just one more slow dance we'll be leavin' here
Holding each other like we'll never let go
Pretending it's love even though we both know
We'll be strangers come mornin' again
And realize we're not even friends
'Cause daylight will take us from a world of pretend
And we'll be strangers come mornin' again
Her soft brown eyes bring comfort to me
And in my arms she'll find the strength that she needs
I know it's not right but it don't feel that wrong
And we'll soon face what we've known all night along

CD 1
  • 1 As the Honky Tonk Turns
  • 2 The King of Broken Hearts
  • 3 Trouble
  • 4 (I Think) I've Finally Broken Mine
  • 5 Wrong Place, Wrong Time
  • 6 I May Be a Fool
  • 7 It Wouldn't Hurt to Have Wings
  • 8 Pride's Not Hard to Swallow
  • 9 Settlin' for What They Get
  • 10 Strangers