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If You Have Ghost
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If You Have Ghost is the first EP by the Swedish heavy metal band Ghost. It was produced by Dave Grohl and released on 20 November 2013 by Republic Records.

Produced by Dave Grohl. If You Have Ghosts Lyrics. If you have ghosts You have everything If you have ghosts You have everything You can say anything you want And you can do anything you want to do If you have ghosts You have everything. One never does that One never does that You can call it surprise, there it is And a part of it is me One never does that  . If You Have Ghost, lead single and title track of Ghost’s first EP, If You Have Ghost, is a cover of a Roky Erickson song, as a tribute to him by the band. If You Have Ghosts" Track Info.

If You Have Ghost is the first EP by the band Ghost. It was produced by Dave Grohl and released on November 20, 2013. Four of the five tracks are covers. The fifth is a live recording of Ghost’s own Secular Haze from the band’s July 28, 2013 performance at Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York City

If You Have Ghosts" (originally by Roky Erickson). If you have ghosts, you have everything If you have ghosts, you have everything You can say anything you want And you can do anything you want to do If you have ghosts, you have everything. In the night I am real In the night I am real The moon to the left is a part of my thoughts And a part of me is me Forever is the wind In the night I am real. If You Have Ghosts" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

If You Have Ghost (2013) by Ghost. Labels: Universal Music. Songs: If You Have Ghosts (Roky Erickson cover), I'm a Marionette (ABBA cover), Crucified (Army of Lovers cover), Waiting for the Night (Depeche Mode cover), Secular Haze (live). Members: Papa Emeritus II, Dave Grohl.

Ghost's collaboration with Dave Grohl of Nirvana and Foo Fighters happened when, before going to Nashville to record Infestissumam, the band had a bunch of covers demoed and were discussing if they should squeeze them onto the album we were at a festival in Europe and Foo Fighters was playing, and we knew that Dave was a fan, and [when.