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This song is by The Church.

And we frittered the time that we had on our hands
And we measured the time that elapsed
And we stumbled around like madmen unbound
And I said, "Look out boys, these are traps"

And I was just a stranger then
Yes, I was just a stranger then
And I was just a stranger then

And we followed a path till we slipped up and laughed
And I lived half a life in that state
And we got our release in everything but peace
And peace of a record second rate

And I was just a stranger then
And I was just a stranger then
Yes, I was just a stranger then
Like a stranger, always strangest at home

Well, I like what you do
But you will never break through
You can try if you want
But you'll fail

And I was just a stranger then
Yes, I was just a stranger then
And I was just a stranger then
Like a stranger, always strangest at home

Written by:

Steven Kilbey; Peter Koppes; Tim Powles; Martin Howard Wilson-Piper

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