A Little Strange

Written by: 
J. Martyn, Leon Ware, T-Boy Ross
29 Jul 1996

She's a little strange
Just a little strange
A little strange...

I would walk a city mile
Just to see that silly smile,
She's a little strange.

I would walk that county road,
Even though I'm always told
She's a little strange.

She's just a little strange;
She's just a little strange.
Just a little strange.
That's all, just a little strange.

If you ask her, she'll tell you she's fine.
If you ask me, I will put it on the line.
If she asked me, I might be so truthless.
If she asked me, I might be ruthless.

I'm a little strange.
I'm just a little strange.
I'm a little strange;
I'm just a little strange.

When it comes to being certain,
You can tell she's not so sure:
She's just a little strange.
When it comes down to my smile,
I swear I know just who I'm smiling for.

Well just a little strange,
Just a little strange.
Yeah just a little strange, brother,
She at least is just a little strange.

When I come down to the corner,
She's been known to walk right by;
She's a little strange.
When she walks down to the highway,
She somehow seems invisible.

Just a little strange,
Well just a little strange.
Just a little strange.
Just a little strange.

I would walk a city mile,
Just to see that silly smile:
She's just so lovely strange.
When it comes to being certain,
You can tell she's not so sure.
She's a little strange.

Just a little strange.
Well just a little strange, you and me.
Just a little strange; just a little strange.
Just a little strange; just a little strange.
Just a little strange...

muffnote:
This track probably contains a Marvin Gaye sample, I Want You, Motown Records.

First release: 

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