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  1. Goltigore
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  2. Yozshuzahn
    Rank strangers to me (rank strangers to me) "They've all moved away," said the voice of a stranger "To a beautiful land by the bright crystal sea" Some beautiful day I'll meet 'em in heaven.
  3. Branos
    Albert E. Brumley. I wandered again to my home the mountain. Where in youths early drawn I was happy and free. I looked for my friends but I never could find them. I found they were all rank stranger to me. Everybody I met seemed to be a rank stranger. No mother or dad, not a friend could I see.
  4. Arashiktilar
    They knew not my name and I knew not their faces. I found they were all rank strangers to me. They’ve moved all away said the voice of a stranger. To a beautiful home by the bright crystal sea. Some beautiful day I’ll meet them in heaven. Where no one will be a stranger to me.
  5. Brajind
    I found they were all rank strangers to me Ev'rybody I met seemed to be a rank stranger No mother or dad, not a friend could I see They knew not my name and I knew not their faces I found they were all rank strangers to me They've all moved away, said a voice of a stranger To that beautiful shore by the bright crystal sea.
  6. Daijas
    Rank Strangers recorded by Ricky Skaggs written by Alfred E. Brumley Sr. [3/4 time] C G7 C I wandered again to my home in the mountains D7 G7 Where in youths' early dawn I was happy and free C G7 C I looked for my friends but I never could find them.
  7. Akinozil
    Rank Strangers To Me lyrics I wandered again to my home in the mountain Where in youth's early dawn I was happy and free I looked for my friends but I never could find them.
  8. Maull
    I found they were all rank strangers to me. Everybody I met (everybody I met) Seemed to be a rank stranger (seemed to be a rank stranger) No mother nor dad (no mother or dad).