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Gene Watson – You Could Know As Much About A Stranger lyrics

Our bodies lay here side by side
But our thoughts have turned the other way
We make the conversation of two people
Who have nothing left to say
We're so accustomed to each other
We no longer care or bother
And there lies the danger
You know the size of clothes I wear
And you know how I comb my hair
But you could know as much about a stranger
I can't remember the last time
That I really wanted you
And we both say nothing's wrong
But it's here in everything we do
So we get up from our beds
Leaving many things unsaid
And there lies the danger
Many of my words you don't hear
You seldom notice if I'm near
You could know as much about a stranger
What went wrong, I can't name it
Find the fault, I can't blame it
On any one thing
We're so used to things this way
Tomorrow's just like yesterday
And there lies the danger
You know the colour of my eyes
You know the things I despise
But you could know as much about a stranger
Yes, you could know as much about a stranger



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