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Marshall Hill - Stranger / Shapes FLAC album

Performer: Marshall Hill
Genre: Rock
Title: Stranger / Shapes
Style: Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1691 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1909 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1936 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 459

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I see you changing You're not the man I knew before So close to breaking Cause I don't know who you are. I thought we made it Built our house out of brick and stone We lost our foundations Thought you'd keep me warm, but you left me out in the cold. Cause you look the same as you did yesterday But your touch ain't the way that it was Begging to see you so differently I don't know if it could be because. I've been in love with a stranger all this time I've been in love with a stranger all this.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Stranger
Written By – Maher, Markham
B Shapes (Le Bal Des Laze)
Written By – CagenWritten-By – Polnareff*, Delanoe*


  • Arranged By – Ken Bichel (tracks: B)
  • Engineer – Mike Delugg*


Peace Key Productions.

Millennium Records. Short Hills, New Jersey.

Such a dope little gem. Great Polnareff cover and so much better than the original!