Album: Intensive Care (2005)
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  • Here I stand victorious
    The only man who made you come
    When you cried, you cried for us
    And when we died, you died alone
    Gravity's calling
    Don't go home
    Where are we

    Did what I could
    For one of us
    I always thought it was for you
    And when I lied
    Oh I lied for us
    Because you never heard the truth
    I am lying alone tonight
    Don't go home
    Where are we

    If we are ghosts
    (A long long time ago)
    It looks like we could have made it baby
    We are ghosts
    (A long long time)
    Me and you
    We are ghosts
    (A long long time ago)
    We could have made it
    We are ghosts
    (A long long time)
    Me and you

    Look at the time its taken me
    To get away from what was said
    I'll never leave
    I'll always love
    You know that all those words are dead
    Buried in yours tonight
    Move aside
    I'm taking you home

    On the radio
    She was that summer song
    Packing them in
    Making them dance
    A law of her own
    Taking the time to sing it
    I don't need you
    But I'm lost
    I'm lost without you tonight
    Have you no heart
    Where are we
    (Everybody sing it)

    A love like gold
    Then fold
    They're taking down our satellite
    We are ghosts
    I'll follow your star tonight
    We are ghosts
    If not tonight
    Then when will she say
    (Everybody sing it)
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave
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