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Perfect Strangers
1. Knocking at your back door
2. Under the gun
3. Nobody's home
4. Mean streak
5. Perfect strangers
6. A gypsy's kiss
7. Wasted sunsets
8. Hungry daze
9. Not responsible
10. Son of Alerik (Instrumental)

Shades Of Deep Purple

The Book Of Taliesyn

Deep Purple

Concerto

In Rock

Fireball

Machine Head

Made In Japan

Who Do We Think We Are

Burn

Stormbringer

Come Taste The Band

House Of Blue Light

Slaves And Masters

The Battle Rages On

Purpendicular

Abandon

Bananas

 

Perfect Strangers

  1984 Polygram Records

Perfect Strangers

(Blackmore/Glover/Gillan)

 Can you remember remember my name
  As I flow through your life
  A thousand oceans I have flown
  And cold spirits of ice
  All my life
  I am the echo of your past

  I am returning the echo of a point in time
  Distant faces shine
  A thousand warriors I have known
  And laughing as the spirits appear
  All your life
  Shadows of another day

  And if you hear me talking on the wind
  You've got to understand
  We must remain
  Perfect Strangers

  I know I must remain inside this silent
    well of sorrow

  A strand of silver hanging through the
    sky
  Touching more than you see
  The voice of ages in your mind
  Is aching with the dead of the night
  Precious life (your tears are lost in
    falling rain)

  And if you hear me talking on the wind
  You've got to understand
  We must remain
  Perfect Strangers
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