There's no believing and no reason why
Well I'm superstitious and I can fly

I float through the ceiling
And into (the sky/your eyes)
Call me what you like
I just want to be there with you all the time
Do you want to be here with me?
All the time

There's no believing and no real surprise
Well I am a ghost here, appearing in the night

To float through the ceiling
And into your eyes
Call me what you like
I just want to be there with you all the time
Do you want to be here with me?
All the time

(Whoa)

I float through the ceiling
And into your eyes
Call me what you like
I just want to be there with you all the time
Do you want to be here with me?


Lyrics submitted by Zerovermars, edited by robbiebuble

Call Me What You Like Lyrics as written by Timothy James Rice-oxley Tom Chaplin

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    To me it seems related to Astral Projection

    Vvagneron February 20, 2007   Link
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    To me it seems related to Astral Projection

    Vvagneron February 20, 2007   Link
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    I just wanna be there with you All the time Do you wanna be here with me All the time?

    sums it up pretty well. Basically saying.. you can all me what you like but I love you.

    oddone460on February 24, 2007   Link
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    this song wrote by tom chaplin can u believe this ,,, and also he play the guitar sound wonderful i adore his serious voice in this song

    roogenaon June 12, 2008   Link
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    Yep it was Keane when they were four...

    Wil6on March 23, 2009   Link

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