Don’t Be a Stranger

Don’t Be a Stranger
(Difford/Tilbrook)

Don’t be a stranger
A crab in his shell
Alone in a shoebox
A wish in a well
Left on a sideboard
Or behind a clock
A world without reason
Where nobody knocks

Nobody answers
‘Cause no one is there
Don’t be a stranger
Alone in your chair

Look out the window
Imagine the most
Hero Walt Disney
A check in the post
Bubble of life
The burst isn’t his
High as the motion
That sits like a brick

Don’t be a stranger
Be my old chum
Look at the world
And all you have done

Honey and bees
Seeing the sunlight
But don’t see the trees
Wood is so cold
Day is too long
So come out and see me
Where you belong

Throw out the anchor
Track back on shore
Don’t be a stranger
With me anymore

Don’t be a stranger
Be my old chum
Look at the world
And all you have done

Don’t be a stranger
Don’t be a stranger
Don’t be a stranger
Don’t be a stranger

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