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Ghost,Did you know sometimes it frightens mewhen you say my name and I can’t see youwill you ever learn to materialize before you speakimpetuous boy, if that’s what you really arehow many centuries since you’ve climbed a balconyor do you do this every night with someone elseyou tell me that you never leaveand I am almost afraid to believe itwhy is it me you’ve chosen to followdid you like the way I look when I am sleepingwas my hair more fun to tangleare my dreams more entertainingdo you laugh when I’m complaining that I’m all alonewhere were you when I searched the seafor a friend to talk to mein a year where will you beis it enough for you to steal into my mindfilling up my page with music written in my handyou know I’ll take the credit for I must have made you come to me somehowbut please try to close the curtains when you leave at nightor I’ll have to find someone to stay and warm mewill you always attend my midnight tea partiesas long as I set your placeif one day your sugar sits untouchedwill you have gone foreverwould you miss me in a thousand yearswhen you will dry another’s tearsbut you say you’ll never leave meand I wonder if you’ll have the decencyto pass through my wall to the next roomwhile I dress for dinnerbut when I’m stuck in conversationwith stuffed shirts whose adorationhurts my ears, where are you thencan’t you cut in when I dance with other menit’s too late not to interfere with my lifeyou’ve already made me a most unsuitable wifefor any man who wants to be the first his bride has slept withand you can’t just fly into people’s bedroomsthen expect them to calmly wave goodbyeyou’ve changed the course of historyand didn’t even trywhere are you nowstanding behind metaking my handcome and remind mewho you arehave you traveled farare you made of stardust tooare the angels after youtell me what I am to dobut until then I’ll save your side of the bedjust come and sing me to sleep.

Ghost,
Did you know sometimes it frightens me
when you say my name and I can’t see you
will you ever learn to materialize before you speak
impetuous boy, if that’s what you really are
how many centuries since you’ve climbed a balcony
or do you do this every night with someone else
you tell me that you never leave
and I am almost afraid to believe it
why is it me you’ve chosen to follow
did you like the way I look when I am sleeping
was my hair more fun to tangle
are my dreams more entertaining
do you laugh when I’m complaining that I’m all alone
where were you when I searched the sea
for a friend to talk to me
in a year where will you be
is it enough for you to steal into my mind
filling up my page with music written in my hand
you know I’ll take the credit for I must have made you come to me somehow
but please try to close the curtains when you leave at night
or I’ll have to find someone to stay and warm me
will you always attend my midnight tea parties
as long as I set your place
if one day your sugar sits untouched
will you have gone forever
would you miss me in a thousand years
when you will dry another’s tears
but you say you’ll never leave me
and I wonder if you’ll have the decency
to pass through my wall to the next room
while I dress for dinner
but when I’m stuck in conversation
with stuffed shirts whose adoration
hurts my ears, where are you then
can’t you cut in when I dance with other men
it’s too late not to interfere with my life
you’ve already made me a most unsuitable wife
for any man who wants to be the first his bride has slept with
and you can’t just fly into people’s bedrooms
then expect them to calmly wave goodbye
you’ve changed the course of history
and didn’t even try
where are you now
standing behind me
taking my hand
come and remind me
who you are
have you traveled far
are you made of stardust too
are the angels after you
tell me what I am to do
but until then I’ll save your side of the bed
just come and sing me to sleep.