Strange

Album: Keep On Loving You (2009)
Charted: 76
  • I laid there feeling sorry for myself
    In a bed of Kleenex
    Stuffin' chocolates in my mouth
    On the phone with my best friend cussin' my ex
    He broke my heart
    Felt like the world had ended
    I cried myself to sleep
    Thinkin' I can't get over him

    Strange, talk about luck I woke up
    And, the sun was shining
    Strange, I ought a be in bed with my head
    In the pillow cryin' over us
    But I ain't, ain't love
    Strange

    Got half a mind to spend my whole paycheck
    On one of those dresses
    Those strapless black ones
    That are so famous for teaching lessons
    Dropped by his place
    Picked up the rest of my things
    He'll tell me I look good
    I'll laugh and say yeah I will in time

    Strange, talk about luck I woke up
    And, the sun was shining
    Strange, I ought a be in bed with my head
    In the pillow cryin' over us
    But I ain't, ain't love
    Strange

    Strange, talk about luck I woke up
    And, the sun was shining
    Strange, I ought a be in bed with my head
    In the pillow cryin' over us
    But I ain't, ain't love
    Strange

    Strange

    Strange, talk about luck I woke up
    And, the sun was shining
    Strange, strange Writer/s: NEIL THRASHER, JASON SELLERS, WENDELL MOBLEY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Major Bob Music, Inc. / Rio Bravo Music, Inc. / Castle Bound Music, Inc. / Hanna Bea Songs, BMG Rights Management
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