STRANGER IN YOU

Think once, think twice

Think how nice it would be

If everyone was just the way they seemed

Count three, count four

A stranger knocks on the door

Don’t answer, don’t answer that

Five, six, seven, eight

Close the door, bar the gate

Don’t let them in

You don’t know where they’ve been

Nine, ten, again, again, again

Mistakes we’ve made

The truth betrayed

Foundations laid and built upon

Strangers live in everyone

Stranger in you

Stranger in me

Stranger than anything you’ll see on your TV

Think once, think twice

I think I know you, I think you’re so nice

But how deep does it go?

Count three, count four

Inexplicably poor things you’ve done

Are you like that with everyone?

Five, six, seven, eight

Is it already too late

To change who you’ve become?

Who have you become?

Nine, ten, if not now then when

Will you face it? Will you get to the base of it?

Can you erase what you have done?

Strangers live in everyone