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Hey there, I want to tell you about a cool song called “Ghost Town Lyrics” by an artist named Benson Boone. It’s part of an album called “Fireworks & Rollerblades,” released in 2024. The music for this track was created by JT Daly, while the lyrics were a collaboration betweeen Tushar Apte, Nolan Sipe, JT Daly & Benson Boone. So, if you’re into music, this might be something you’d enjoy checking out!

Ghost Town Lyrics

You fill me up ’til you’re empty
I took too much and you let me
We’ve been down all these roads before
And what we found don’t live there anymore

It’s dark it’s cold
If my hand is not the one you’re meant to hold

Maybe you’d be happier with someone else
Maybe loving me’s the reason you can’t love yourself
Before I turn your heart into a ghost town
Show me everything we built so I can tear it all down
Down down down down

You know I’ll stay don’t you tempt mе
But all this weight is getting heavy
Been holding up what wasn’t mеant to stand
I turned this love into a wasteland

It’s dark it’s cold
If my hand is not the one you’re meant to hold
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Maybe you’d be happier with someone else
Maybe loving me’s the reason you can’t love yourself
Before I turn your heart into a ghost town
Show me everything we built so I can tear it all down
Down down down down
Tear it all down
Down down down down

The streets are empty
Where love once was but it’s faded away
These broken memories
I’m left here alone and afraid to say
Maybe you’d be happier with someone else

Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
Maybe you’d be happier with someone else
Maybe loving me’s the reason you can’t love yourself
Before I turn your heart into a ghost town
Show me everything we built so I can tear it all down
Down down down down
Tear it all down
Down down down down

I’ll tear it all down
I’ll tear it all down


SONG INFO:

Song: Ghost Town
Artist: Benson Boone
Album: Fireworks & Rollerblades (2024)
Music: JT Daly
Lyrics: Tushar Apte, Nolan Sipe, JT Daly & Benson Boone


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