We met on the corner
Teenage kids smoking 'til we got sick
Had to muscle through the front door
Cause you lost my keys in the snow outside
Of the place where your dad died
Drank a broken heart to death
While you watched and you wept
And you say you don't believe in love
Every time we lie in bed, you say it again

I passed on the offer
Of a full ride free of a mother and the heat
Of a family caving inwards
No, you can't keep float when you live with a ghost
In a thousand years it never changed
And I've only got sixty if I'm lucky
I remember Len said to me
That we do what we can in the time that we spend

Oh no, you can't keep floating along
Oh no no no no

You've got to know this is it
Did you have to waste a bit?
Nobody knows the same things that we say
And you've got the weight on your back
Could you be worse at that?
Everyone else says we're getting old
I'll settle in I'm told

Gonna drive my car
Again too far
Your ghost is in the passenger seat

We met on the corner
Your body was still but your mouth sarcastically
Said it was an honor
And I know when you're tired of this I'll see you again


Lyrics submitted by koumika

Ghost Passenger song meanings
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