"The Ghost Of You And Me" as written by and Mark/machin Lanegan....
Goodbye Mary
Sweet mother mine
Grayest sky
Gun metal eyes

Beneath the needle tree
The ghost of you and me
They sing the saddest song
Just one last breath and gone

Some say this highway seven
Is a long and lonesome road
Don't ask me little Rosa
What direction I am going

I used to love
And take the southern special
When the summer rise and fall
Now I ride the national

If I had a black cat bone
Then I would not be alone
Do it darling, dig my grave
This cemetery is my own

Goodbye Mary
(Goodbye Mary)
Sweet mother mine
(Sweet mother mine)
Grayest sky
Gun metal eyes

Under the needle tree
The ghost of you and me
They, they sing the saddest song
Just one last breath and gone

I used to love
And take the southern special
When the summer rise and fall
Now I take the national

Some say this highway seven
Is a long and lonesome road
Don't ask me little Rosa
What direction, I don't know

If I had a black cat bone
Then I would not be alone
If I had a black cat bone
I would not be alone




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"Ghosts of You & Me" as written by Mark Lanegan Ian Glover

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