Do you remember lying on the ground?
You were smart and spooky.
We rented a car,
and left our bands,
and drove outside the city.
I remember the view.
It was the stars and you.
We got back on the tour.
To be alone no more.

When I went away you made me a book,
full of goodnight letters.
I answered each one and we made plans,
for when we'd be together.
But when I got back on tour
and told you I wasn't sure,
it started a storm.
It started a storm.
You think it's all my fault.
I think it's all your fault.

But we were never so together.
Every time we touched was like coming home.
To others sometimes it seemed like we were fighting.
But we were only trying to speak in the same tone.

Do you remember lying on the ground?
You were smart and spooky.
We rented a car
and left our bands
and drove outside the city.
I remember the view.
It was the stars and you.
We got back on the tour.
To be alone no more.

You think it's all my fault.

But we were never so together.
Now we've never been so alone.
The story of our loss is not half as sad,
as the story of who we really are alone.

The story of our loss is not half as sad,
as the story of who we really are alone.

The story of our loss is not half as sad,
as the story of who we really are alone.


Lyrics submitted by lionelhutz

Spooky (Alternate Version) song meanings
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