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[Chorus:]
The coldest winter in memory was 1709
The sea froze off the coast of France all along the Neptune line
By the lost town of Dunwich
And just like a stranger you walked right on by

I stood there on the corner of the street
The same old corner where we once used to meet
I know you saw
just talking all the time
There's the world, and you're outside
Your home's hard to find
Your home's hard to find

Worn down by strangers
All you
A tall handsome stranger rode into town
With fire in his eyes burning red as sundown
His boots were all dusty, his coat open wide
Six ways of dying
still care 
There must be something we can do out there 
I`m like a stranger in my own town baby 
I`m like a stranger in my own town baby 

I keep
it shines right on the gutter
And you remember that he was there
And you should know, right there in the fold
That you grabbed him by his hair
sleigh and he's making the rounds
There'll be many a rooftop that won't hear the sound
Of the reindeer hooves stomp and st. nick touches down
When he
right then got out and hurried in
My mind not on the cold hard facts of life

A stranger stood there laughing by the counter
He said, "I'll take two
Nothing will ever be the same
All of the promises we made seem hollow
But there are still streets in this town
Marked with your shadow

So if
He grew up in some forgotten midwest town
His mama raised him well
Barely getting by, but he'd be okay
As far as he could tell
Oh, the plant in
Let's meet in the city where
The rivers cross, bridges there
Let's go float down into the stream
Of rich and poor pioneers
A kid from a western
right then got out and hurried in
My mind not on the cold hard facts of life

A stranger stood there laughing by the counter
He said, "I'll take two
then got out and hurried in
My mind not on the cold hard facts of life
A stranger stood there laughing by the counter

He said I'll take two bottles
warden
And found me standing there
Before I had a chance to talk
I heard my friend declare

He's just a total stranger
And I was passing by
I saw
On a long distance call
Hungry and tired
But I know…
I know that it won't be long
There's been miles and towns
In a dirty van
Livin' on the road
Been
my mind
I soar high up
Like a baby satellite
Flying flying away
Flying away
Stranger stranger
In a strange land
Stranger stranger
In a strange
a bus driver
And what do I know

I'm always there by 5:15
And lately I've been early
Cause Judith likes to be in early to the bank
And she gives me
[London, London]
And there's a docker by a wharf, sending cargo overseas,
Unloading foreign trade from a large ocean vessel
In the mighty metropolitan
sun,
I road the roads till evening,
And I laid me down again,
All strangers there no friends to me,
Till a dark girl towards me came,
And I fell in
tooth don't matter a bit
There's a lot like him around in every town

They're just family, friends, and neighbors
Doing what they've always done
And he's here to do some business with the big iron on his hip
Big iron on his hip

In this town there lived an outlaw by the name of Texas Red
Many men
here to do some business with a big iron on his hip,
Big iron on his hip"

In this town there lived an outlaw by the name of Texas Red
Many men had tried
Nothing will ever be the same
All of the promises we made seem hollow
But there are still streets in this town
Marked with your shadow

So if
a land there's a town, and in that town there's a house
And in that house there's a woman
And in that woman there's a heart I love
I'm gonna take it with
then got out and hurried in
My mind not on the cold hard facts of life
A stranger stood there laughing by the counter
He said I'll take two bottles