Ghost Town

Album: Come of Age (2012)
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  • I've been drivin' in my car
    Tryna find some sign of life
    No one's about and it's kinda creepy
    It's an understatement to say it's sleepy, oh

    It's a ghost town where no one goes
    It's a ghost town where no one goes

    Well, you think your town is pretty boring
    Come and spend a day with me
    I am askin' real politely
    I'm afraid to be alone, oh

    It's a ghost town where no one goes
    It's a ghost town where no one goes

    Ah
    Ah
    Ah

    Apocalyptic, distressing
    It needs addressing and I'm guessing
    Everybody likes to go away, to go away, to go away, away, away
    I know, I know, I know

    It's a ghost town where no one goes
    It's a ghost town where no one goes

    Ah
    Ah

    It's a ghost town
    Ghost town Writer/s: Arni Hjorvar Arnason, Freddie Clayton Cowan, Justin James Hayward-Young, Peter Gareth Christopher Robertson
    Publisher: Global Talent Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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