She had them big thick lips, like pillows underneath her cheeks.
When she spoke, an avalanche rolled on them from behind her teeth
Suddenly, the carpet, was pulled from underneath my feet
When I tried to get close, she just laughed and got beneath the sheets.

She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"

She had them big almond eyes, that gave her away
And when she started them you could see the tornadoes play
I had the kind of empty hole, that always made her pay
She had them dancing shoes that never let her stay

She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no, no, no no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no, no, no no – I got to prove you wrong"
She said "No, no, no – I got to prove you wrong"

Suddenly she says – "Here I am, coming back like a ghost before the wall"
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A Ghost Before The Wall song meanings
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    General CommentThe switch towards the end is one of the most gratifying moments in the history of music.
    HouseParadeon May 12, 2010   Link

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