There's ghost on every corner
But most of them are you
Some of them are shadows
Of dreams that never came true.
I went over the mountains
I went Souther than the South.
I tried living in a real ghost town
But none of it worked out!

You were sleeping all day
You were sleeping all night
That's why when I bumped into you
On Kirkwood and Rodgers it took me by surprise.
The spring was fat and the afternoon was ripe.
You gave me an awkward smile,
Said you were going for a walk and you said goodbye!

Your brother called me and he told me what you did
I tried to see you, but they wouldn't let me in
I found the trail that you left
I found the end of it,
And followed it back to where it began and

Block after block, drop after drop
I walked the path that you walked!
Drop after drop, block after block
I walked the path that you walked!

You know that I miss you and you haunt me in these streets
It would be nice if I can forget you
Or if you'd forget about me!
I could try to run away, try to get out of your reach
But I think I'd rather have your painful company
Yeah I think I'd rather have your painful company
Yeah I think I'd rather have your painful company
Yeah I think I'd rather have your painful company
I think I'd rather have you haunting me!


Lyrics submitted by Aniland

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