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I feel a little bit like a stranger
In my own house
It doesn't feel good doesn't feel like home
It's like the furniture's all been rearranged
While I was sleeping
And you've been walking around here like some ghost
Let me ask you oh is it just me
Am I being little Ms. Melodramatic
Well, could be - could be

But something's changed 'round here
What am I missing
I don't think I know where we are
Something's changed 'round here
Why do I get this feeling that I'm in the dark

I can over-analyze anything well this we know
Wish I could be you and just let things slide
So, humor me a little bit just this once and talk to me
Seems like anything's better than silent night
Maybe I'm wrong or maybe just slow
You were never any good at keeping secrets
And you know I know

But something's changed 'round here
What am I missing
I don't think I know where we are
Something's changed 'round here
Why do I get this feeling that I'm in the dark

You know I know
Shed a little light on the shadows
You know I know
You know I love you

But something's changed 'round here
What am I missing
I don't think I know where we are
Something's changed 'round here
Why do I get this feeling that I'm in the dark



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