"Once a Ghost, Always a Ghost" as written by Francis Monkman and Sonia Kristina Linwood....
Once upon a time
I stumbled on a master plan
Better than a time-machine
Simple to understand
Just consume a pint of this
And one or two of these
Head in arm and hand in hand
We'll haunt the seven-seas

If you choose we can confuse
You favourite enemy
Find a dungeon with a pungent
Tropicality
Waft about and groan a bit

And make him feel at ease
Head in arm and hand in hand
We'll haunt the seven-seas

Isn't it original to be invisible
Be a ghost and make the most
Of when you come to call
Nobody will know you're there
Unless you care to sneeze
Head in arm and hand in hand
We'll haunt the seven-seas


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"Once a Ghost, Always a Ghost" as written by Sonia Kristina Linwood Francis Monkman

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