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Rank Strangers To Me

Song info

"Rank Strangers To Me" (1990) on the albums Down In The Groove(1990), Original Album Classics: The 80's(2010).
It was written by Sr. Brumley.
Published by BRIDGE BUILDING MUSIC INC..

"Rank Strangers To Me" Videos

Bob Dylan ~ Rank Strangers to Me ~ they knew not my name and I knew not their faces
Bob Dylan ~ Rank Strangers to Me ~ they knew not my name and I knew not their faces
The Stanley Brothers, Rank Stranger
The Stanley Brothers, Rank Stranger
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys - Rank Strangers to Me [Live]
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys - Rank Strangers to Me [Live]
Bob Dylan - Rank Strangers To Me - Lyrics
Bob Dylan - Rank Strangers To Me - Lyrics
Rank Strangers (Bob Dylan/Stanley Brothers Cover) - Geoff Wilde
Rank Strangers (Bob Dylan/Stanley Brothers Cover) - Geoff Wilde
Rank Strangers To Me
Rank Strangers To Me
Bob Dylan -I'll Not be a Stranger -when I get to that city. I'm acquainted with folks over there
Bob Dylan -I'll Not be a Stranger -when I get to that city. I'm acquainted with folks over there
Rank Strangers to Me (Stanley Brothers)
Rank Strangers to Me (Stanley Brothers)
Marty Stuart with Vince Gill - Rank Strangers
Marty Stuart with Vince Gill - Rank Strangers
Kitty Wells   Rank Stranger
Kitty Wells Rank Stranger
Rank Stranger to Me - Albert Brumley - arr. Taylor D. Ackley - Stony Brook Chorale
Rank Stranger to Me - Albert Brumley - arr. Taylor D. Ackley - Stony Brook Chorale
Rank Stranger
Rank Stranger
Porter Wagoner Rank Strangers
Porter Wagoner Rank Strangers
Stanley Brothers, The Rank Stranger
Stanley Brothers, The Rank Stranger
Rank Strangers to Me
Rank Strangers to Me
Rank Stranger - Gillian Welch & David Rawlings
Rank Stranger - Gillian Welch & David Rawlings
Marty Stewart (Fet vince gill ) - Rank Strangers
Marty Stewart (Fet vince gill ) - Rank Strangers
Rank Stranger
Rank Stranger
The Osborne Brothers   Rank Strangers to Me
The Osborne Brothers Rank Strangers to Me
27. Down in the Groove
27. Down in the Groove

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
I found they were all rank strangers to me

Everybody 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'd've all moved away", said the voice of a stranger
To that beautiful [Incomprehensible] that bright, crystal sea
Some beautiful day, I'll meet 'em in heaven
Where no one will be a stranger to me

Everybody 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