"The Ghost of Who We Were" as written by and Carol Leonie Young Kym Warner....
Number fourteen Charlotte Avenue
Two newlyweds didn't have a clue
Livin', lovin', learnin' as we went
Oh how were we to know what that meant
I remember the first night in this house
Three years ago it's hard to look back now
Cause I swear you just passed me in the hall
As I was taking down your picture off the wall


Should I stay or, should I leave your memory behind
I been waiting, hoping you might change your mind
Oh the ghost of who we were is still living in this house
Oo's…..

Now I only see the world in black and white
Sure I wake up crying in the dead of night
But it's worth every minute of the pain
When I hear the wind whispering your name

Should I stay or, should I leave your memory behind
I been waiting, hoping you might change your mind
Oh the ghost of who we were is still living in this house
Oo's….
Oo's….


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