"Strangers" is a song written by Dave Davies and performed by British rock group the Kinks. It was released in November 1970 on the Kinks' LP record album Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, which is best known for producing the hit single "Lola".
In a 1990 interview with Stay Thirsty Media, Dave Davies revealed the inspirations for "Strangers," which is one of hardcore Kinks' fans' favorite songs, though it's somewhat lesser-known among general audiences because it was never released as a single.
“Strangers” was written by Dave Davies, the Kinks' guitarist and younger brother of Ray Davies. The song has always served as a highlight in Davies' solo sets and was used, in to great effect ...
Lyrics to 'Strangers' by Kinks. Where are you going I don't mind / I've killed my world and I've killed my time / So where do I go, what do I see / I see many
Lola is an attractive transgender woman; the narrator is a young man, flattered by the attention paid to him by her. Ray Davis has claimed that he was inspired to write “Lola” after Kinks ...
The Kinks - Strangers Lyrics. Where are you going I don't mind I've killed my world and I've killed my time So where do I go, what do I see I see many people coming after
Strangers on this road we are on We are not two we are one Writer/s: THOMAS JAMES DAVIES, JOHN PATRICK HUERTO, ADAM LUKE LYONS, NATHAN DANIEL LYONS, TIMOTHY JACOB VOETEN Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
4/28/2008 · Mix - The Kinks - Strangers YouTube "Strangers" by the Kinks. Christina Bowers and Henry Toland Cover - Duration: 6:00. Henry Toland 26,413 views. 6:00.
1/17/2008 · Just giving my take on the meaning of the Kink's song "Lola" written by Ray Davies. Enjoy and reply if you wish.
7/18/2016 · Standard Tuning EADGBe / Lovely tune. / Intro: / G / Verse 1: C F G Where are you going? I don't mind C F G I've killed my world and I've killed my time C F G So where do I go? what do I see
Lyrics to 'Perfect Strangers' by Kinks. Everytime we meet / My heart skips a beat / Seems we're perfect strangers / I can't understand / What's inside of man /