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Ghosts

This song is by The Jazz Butcher and appears on the album Waiting for the Love Bus (1993).

Darling
You don't have to be afraid
Darling
You don't have to let the people get you down

No I
I do believe there's something you could do
Oh I
Believe the things we once believed
Think maybe that you could do it too

We could be ghosts. And fly down stairways
We could be ghosts. And disappear
We could be ghosts. And talk to animals
We could be ghosts. And out of here

Darling
Evolution's getting on my nerves
(Top mis-hear by Gerald Langley: "Darwin, evolution's getting on my nerves")
And Darling
I want to know the purpose each thing serves

Then I
Remember things from countless of years ago
Yes I
Believe the things we once believed
And I believe that you already know

We could be ghosts. And be fantastic
We could be ghosts. And disappear
We could be ghosts. And be unimaginable
We could be ghosts. Forever dear

Then a glass breaks
Everybody's petrified - that's natural
I know you meant no harm
But sometimes these days it's a problem
When you haven't done this much
They're so easily alarmed

Oh I
I'm sure their kind of life must have its own rewards
Oh oh oh I
I'm sure it's only fear that makes them act the way they do towards us
Who cares?

We could be ghosts. No one can hurt us
We could be ghosts, by atmospheres.
We could be ghosts. And dance on pianos
We could be ghosts. Forever, dear.

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