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Strangers in the Dawn

by Sally Oldfield

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Last night I couldn't stand the crowd I went walking down by the sea The full moon shone on the silver sand And I felt you were following me All the summer our friendships growing I felt that you really cared I never wanted a one night stand 'Cause something stronger was there The way that I'm feeling tonight is lonely 'Cause we've lost something fine We could have taken it much more slowly And found the perfect time Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn Now that love has gone I can't forget Please stay Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn The things we could have done and could have said Were just a breath away You've been talking about your life And the way that you want it to be It felt so good when you took my hand And you shared your soul with me Suddenly your eyes were changing There was something on your mind Then I could have turned away But desire was so blind Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn Now that love has gone I can't forget Please stay Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn The things we could have done and could have said Were just a breath away Strangers in the dawn Strangers in the dawn Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn Now that love has gone I can't forget Please stay Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn The things we could have done and could have said Please stay Oh! we became two strangers in the dawn

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