Follow me, I see your silhouette
by your mother and your father's bed
your father grins as he hears what you said
to me in the park on the blanket

Home is where I call the ghost my own
that haunts the basement where I sleep alone
it's seen the burns on my skin, showing bones
and asks me why I still sleep with my phone

wandering back from campus half asleep
across the bridge leading to your keep
every minute is a memory
you don't exist, you're just a ghost to me


Lyrics submitted by thepurplebottle, edited by Rivfruifv

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    General Commenti think its "follow me, i see your silhouette"
    goldenslumberzon January 28, 2012   Link
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    My InterpretationProbably the best Youth Lagoon song. I think it's about not being able to get over the loss or death of a lover or friend("Follow me, I see your silhouette", "haunts the basement where I sleep alone", "every minute is a memory", etc.), but in the end, he just has to accept that they're never coming back("you don't exist, you're just a ghost to me").
    Rivfruifvon September 30, 2013   Link
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    General Commentfollow me a sea of silhouettes....

    i'm pretty sure.
    gardenwindowon January 16, 2012   Link

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