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Pat Benatar – Looking For A Stranger lyrics

I had it with the same old routine
I had it with the same old faces, places
Everynight, in my life
I started feeling washed up, washed out
Hung up, wrung out, left to dry out
Everynight
But I know
Yeah, I know you're out there, somewhere
Oh, i, I can almost hear you callin'
I'm looking for a stranger in the night
I need a little danger in my life, tonight

I'm tired of the same old -
Hello baby, how ya doun'? come here often? "
Where have you been all my life? "
Everynight

But I know
That someday, somewhere
I'll turn around and you'll be there
Ooo.., in my life
Everynight

But I know
Yeah, I know you're out there, somewhere
Oh, i, I can almost hear you callin'
I'm looking for a stranger in the night
I need a little danger in my life, tonight

I'm looking for a stranger in the night
I need a little danger in my life, tonight
Written by: franne golde & peter mcian



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