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ghost of a girlfriend (by the hamlet machines)

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track 11 from 'fantaste'
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Ghost of a Girlfriend

I can hear her steps on the floor
As she walks down the corridor
As she’s knocking on my door
I know I’ll let her in once more

Ghost of a girlfriend, she’s coming over
To make a mess of our dinner
Yes you can shake you can shiver
It’s a threesome she’s after

Ghost of a girlfriend
Will get me in the end
Ghost of a girlfriend
Will get you in the end

She rattles her chains to your ear
have you ever felt such a fear ?
‘yes you say everytime I go
to places of boys I don’t know’

Ghost of a girlfriend
You’ll be one in the end
Ghost of a girlfriend
Will this ever ever ends
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Uploaded: Sep 03, 2005 - 05:23:16 PM
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2005 - 11:28:11 PM Last Played: Aug 04, 2019 - 05:38:27 AM
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wurlygig said 5099 days ago (September 5th, 2005)
sonic spree.
Really like the instrumentation.
Your keyboard sounds are consistently inventive.
Makes me think of Blur.
Like the low affect style of the vocals,
Wish they'd bust out a bit on the choruses though.

Check out my latest song called former witchcraft
cjdaley said 5098 days ago (September 6th, 2005)
sonic spree.
Thanks for your comment.
i'm not much of a singer- so the low-affect style- though I like the
expression- is hardly a choice, really.
Check out my latest song called Big Bong Theory Overture (By the Monggz)
BobRoberts said 5074 days ago (September 29th, 2005)
King Missile-ish
Reminds me of the song "Detachable Penis".

BTW, I love that song.

Bob Roberts
Check out my latest song called The One and Only
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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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