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Stranger's Me

This song is by George Jones and appears on the album If My Heart Had Windows (1968).

There's a stroy spreading 'round
About a stranger in our town
And the people say he's weird as he can be.
Big sunglasses, a big black hat, they all stare and say 'who's that'
Up till now they still don't know, stranger's me.

Oh I would die if they found out,
I'm the fool they laughed about
After all the times they warned me she would break my heart and leave
I've been living in disguise,
Hiding from her shameful lies
Up till now they still don't know, the stranger's me.

Changed the style of clothes I wear
Changed the way I comb my hair
Friends are pointing fingers asking 'who is he'
My ole self ain't been the same
Since my baby's brought me shame
Up till now they still don't know, the stranger's me.

Oh I would die if they found out,
I'm the fool they laughed about
After all the times they warned me she would break my heart and leave
I've been living in disguise,
Hiding from her shameful lies
Up till now they still don't know, the stranger's me.

Up till now they still don't know, the stranger's me.

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