"Kodak Ghosts" as written by and Michael Chapman....
Nothing to do but to sit with the doubt,
watching the clouds and the weather.
Since you've been gone, you know, it's been a little hard,
but at last I got my loneliness together.

I pretend to myself that I'm much better off,
no one to make me waste my time.
And if I'm feeling down there's only me to blame,
it's me that's on the end of the line.

Maybe it's as well that I part such a thought
for ages I had nothing new to show you.
But now I see your memory making love in some hotel.
When I recollect I didn't know you.

Sometimes in the night I take a lazy walk
to the tree where we made our first confession.
Love and of permanence and other vicious lies ––
all the things that now need no impression.

Rewind, I've nothing to do but to sit with the doubt,
watching the clouds and the weather.
Since you've been gone, you know, it's been a little hard,
but at last I got my loneliness together.


Lyrics submitted by peter_floyd

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