Written and performed by Kathy Stock
Arranged by Peter Daniel Newman

I know you’re here and no longer gone
But now it is me who just doesn’t belong
And I know you’re different than you use to be
You’re no longer you and I’m no longer me

And I wouldn’t have asked and you wouldn’t have told
You wouldn’t if I didn’t already know
And sometimes the best haunts me like a ghost
I’m telling you things that you already know

The heart that was stone has turned into flesh
But time heals the wounds and the wounds still feel fresh
It’s everything I want it to be
But you’re no longer you and I’m no longer me

And I wouldn’t have asked and you wouldn’t have told
You wouldn’t if I didn’t already know
And sometimes the best haunts me like a ghost
I’m telling you things that you already know

I wouldn’t have asked and you wouldn’t have told
You wouldn’t if I didn’t already know
And sometimes the best haunts me like a ghost
I’m telling you things that you already know

I wouldn’t have asked and you wouldn’t have told
You wouldn’t if I didn’t already know
And sometimes the best haunts me like a ghost
I’m telling you things that you already know
I’m telling you things that you already know