"Ghost of a Chance" as written by and Nicky Skopelitis....
Sister soul came to see me, and she made no amends
On the air, Sunday's midnight, sister soul understands

Pull the shades, let it rain all day
Radio station plays Mr. John Coltrane's favourite things
Lady Day she sings
That I don't stand the ghost of a chance with you

Beautiful stranger, now it's just me and you
Brush the dust off the needle, put it deep in the groove

Pull the shades, let it rain all day
Radio station plays Mr. Miles Davis' kind of blue
And I know it's true
That I don't stand the ghost of a chance with you

Cold and gray, it's gonna rain all day
Sarah Vaughan lingers on, but the black coffee's gone
And I hate to say goodbye
But I don't stand the ghost of a chance with you now
With you now... with you now... with you now...


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"Ghost of a Chance" as written by Nicky Skopelitis

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    General CommentI think this song is about a one-night-stand where the guy is kind of regretting the fact that the "relationship" was brought to a physical level too fast, and he believes that there's no chance for real romance, only the "hook-up." But since he's there, he'll try to make it last as long as possible, and enjoy the limited time he does have.
    drego5on May 29, 2007   Link

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