Ghost Of You And Me

Album: Sooner Or Later (1999)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is about when a relationship ends badly and the guy or girl is haunted by the actions of the other person. They have robbed them of any life and the person cannot move on because of it.
  • This was written by Jon Lind and Richard Page of the '80s band Mister Mister, who were famous for their hit "Broken Wings." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Britney - Calabasas, CA, for above 2

Comments: 4

  • Jeffrey from Anaheim, CaThis song was originally recorded by Curtis Stigers which was featured on his 1995 sophomore album, "Time Was" by Arista Records.
  • Susanna from Bridgeport, CtThis is a great song by a very underrated band. Good vocals and harmonies -- much better than most american boy bands.
  • Lora from North Platte, NeI love this song!! It reminds me so much of what my ex did to me.
  • Britney from Calabasas, CaI love the Maks! This is a great song! Christian Burns looks dreamy in the video.
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