"The Family Ghost" as written by and Patrick Damphier Jacob Rolleston....
Look in the house
There's a ghost in the den
Writing their name on the walls
Pouring our lives into white paper cups
Planning to poison them all

You and me, we're not so different
We both can't feel a thing
You and me, we're not so different
As far as I can see

Back in her room, there's a faded red dress
Folded and laid on the bed
Oh well, I know since I finally found you
I don't want you leaving again

You and me we're not so different
We both can't feel a thing
You and me, we're not so different
As far as I can see

You're temporary*, the family ghost
Happy birthday to you
You're temporary, the family ghost
Happy birthday to you
You're temporary, the family ghost

Happy birthday to the family ghost
Light the candles, keep your blue eyes closed
Happy birthday to the family ghost
Make your wish a secret no one knows
Happy birthday to the family ghost
Light the candles, keep your blue eyes closed

You're temporary, the family ghost
Happy birthday to you
You're temporary, the family ghost
Happy birthday to you
You're temporary, the family ghost
Happy birthday
You're temporary
Happy birthday


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"The Family Ghost" as written by Patrick Damphier Jacob Rolleston

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    General CommentI'm pretty sure it's "Oh Elenor, since I finally found you"

    He mentions her again in The Kettle Black.
    youkaininja11on June 05, 2009   Link

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