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Won't You Come Home (And Talk To A Stranger)

This song is by George Strait and appears on the album Carrying Your Love With Me (1997).

Well, I was out a drinkin'
With a couple of friends of mine
When the bartender handed me the telephone
Said there's a wife on the line
I told her I was just a drinkin'
With a couple of buddies I knew
She told me in a few short words
Just a what she wanted me to do.

She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
You might even make yourself a friend
She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
It's the only place in days you haven't been.

Well I sat there about an hour
Talkin' with the rest of the guys
When she walked through that front door
She had, get home in her eyes
She said you've danced and talked
With every woman in town but me
And if you'd just come around the house
You might like my company.

She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
You might even make yourself a friend
She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
It's the only place in days you haven't been.

She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
You might even make yourself a friend
She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
It's the only place in days you haven't been...

Written by:

Wayne Kemp

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