Haunted House

 I know baby's bad for my self-esteem
 Find another face for your sympathy
 Some of us cry, some of them lie
 But no one sees inside
 The spark of baby's eyes and I turn to stone
 Maybe I can't survive in the danger zone
 Sounds of the night
 Streets without light
 And baby's not alone
 Try to hold her to myself
 Someone else is breaking all my dreams, she
 Needs so many games to play
 One more time I climb the stairs
 Open up the door and she was gone
 And baby here I go
 Like a lamb to slaughter
 Don't stop haunting me in this old house
 I still love you when you're not around
 I'm still waiting for your midnight ride
 I'll still love you when it's cold outside
 Me so sorry that I let you down
 But you keep haunting me in this old town
 And the smile is no longer there
 The face and the eyes and the hair
 Nothing stands the test of time
 You live forever, never mine
 I cling to dreams that turn to sand
 Our life is now a distant land
 We commit emotional suicide
 Every single room is electrified
 Your memory shadowing me
 The house where sorrow hides
 Pull it down, blow it up
 Help me send these walls of love away
 And baby here I goLike a lamb to slaughter
 Don't stop haunting me in this old house
 I still love you when you're not around
 I'm still waiting for your midnight ride
 I'll still love you when it's cold outside
 Me so sorry that I let you down
 But you keep haunting me in this old town

©1993 Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb
 vom Album 'Size Isn't Everything'