"The Ghost of Myself" as written by and Tennant/lowe....
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
As I used to be
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Haunting me

It's an undistinguished room
With a single bed
I used to share with you
At the weekend
Books and records
New wave and disco
We'll go for a swim
And then the Cafe Picasso

Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
As I used to be
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Haunting me

The view down to the pub
Of rockabilly boys
Camera crews in Flood Street
For the election
Mohican's, Sloane's
Clones go their own way
You packed up your stuff
And I went to the V&A

Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
As I used to be
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Haunting me

Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Wondering what to be
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Searching for the key

Haunted by my shy self
The things we used to do
The sudden ghost of myself
Getting it on with you

Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
As I used to be
Looking back now
I can see
The ghost of myself
Searching for the key


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"The Ghost of Myself" as written by Neil Tennant Christopher Lowe

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