You're a ghost
You chase the night
You're a ghost
You tickle tears out from my eyes

I'm the beast
I live of your dreams
The days I breathe
Are killing me

I switch of the light
To turn ion the night
Missing you
Its you by bye my side bye, bye, bye

Its late so I fake, I awake
From a long distance call
Through my walls I hear ring
Ding... dong....


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Ghost Lyrics as written by FRANK MARTIN STRAUSS, GRY BAGOIEN

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    so beautiful..

    notBukowskion December 28, 2006   Link
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    Actually, it samples the 1997 song "Somewhere Not Here" by Alpha and Wendy Stubbs.

    A guitar loop, a violin and a female voice, all in an autumnal melody with a hypnotic atmosphere. Penultimate song from the album "Public Recording". The sample of the sample of the sample: more precisely, the missing link between "Somewhere Not Here" by Alpha and "Kill Yourself Part IV" by $uicideboy$.

    Oliviakaon August 15, 2020   Link

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