Michel Griffin — Strangers Once Again lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Strangers Once Again" by Michel Griffin.


All summer long, we’d dance together, cheek to cheek;
All summer long, I’d leave you late — you 'd leave me weak;
All summer long, the sun it chased away the rain,
But now it’s autumn, and we 're strangers once again.
All summer long, we’d walk together, hand in hand;
Beside the sea, we left our footprints in the sand;
But now the winds of time have blown away every trace —
That wind is rising, and we 're strangers once again.
I don’t know how, I don’t know why
Each shy 'Hullo ' became 'Goodbye ';
I didn’t see, I can’t say when the moment came that made us
Strangers once again.
Je n’sais pas bien, je comprends pas
Ce qui a pu nous séparer;
Et je n’ai pas vu arriver
Ce qui a r’fait de nous des étrangers.