Ghost

by Scott Watson

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Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Secluded house on the coast.
A letter lost in the post.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Forgotten memory at most.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Abandoned military outpost.
Discarded piece of a toast.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Just like a wound that's exposed.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Unwanted marketing post.
Dead artist nobody knows.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
With depths that would scare most.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Half-eaten Sunday roast.
I can't be seen almost.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Just like a wound that's exposed.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
Disease that's un-diagnosed.
A pop star one outgrows.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
A dog that nobody owns.

Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
A pile of hand me down clothes.
Just like a door that's half-closed.
Sometimes I feel like a ghost.
And maybe I am supposed.

(c) Scott Watson 2016

credits

released February 20, 2016
Written, performed and produced by Scott Watson
Mixed and mastered by Jamie Donnelly at Jampottt Recordings

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Scott Watson Middlesbrough, UK

Scott is a singer/songwriter based in Teesside.

In the 90s he was a member of Manchester-based My Beautiful Launderette. MBL gigged around the UK and supported bands including Half Man Half Biscuit and Marion.

There was label interest from the likes of 4AD. Steve Lamacq described the band as having 'clever lyrics and neat flouncy pop tunes'.

Scott's influences range from from Abba to Zappa.
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