Singing to Strangers (Interlude)

Album: Singing to Strangers (2019)
  • Who am I, I wonder why
    I spend my life singing to strangers
    Who are you, what can I do
    To make you see that I am not a failure

    All I can do
    Is try my very best to entertain you
    All eyes on me again
    But I don't believe there's anything to see
    It's only me, can't you see
    I'm singing to strangers

    How have I, only now
    Realized what it's all about
    How did I, not know how
    To sing when all I wanted was to shout

    All I can do
    Is try my very best to entertain you
    All eyes on me again
    But I don't believe there's anything to see
    It's only me, can't you see
    I'm singing to strangers

    All eyes on me again
    But I don't believe there's anything to see
    It's only me, can't you see
    I'm singing to strangers
    Strangers, strangers

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