The Ghost Of The Motor Court Motel
10/04/20 - A Buford P. Wallaby song from "Captain Ambivalent Is In Denial" virtual Elgin Fringe Festival show.

She could’ve perished in a tower, beheaded by a king
Or when a coastal castle’s kitchen fell into the sea
Or murdered by a noble youth beside a wishing well
She wonders why she had to die at the Motor Court Motel

There’s no big thing she left undone, no secret she must tell
She’s just the ghost of the Motor Court Motel

They haven’t dared to rent that room since 1965
They say that you can sometimes hear the T.V. on at night
Or see the neon flicker in the sign for Vacancy
Or fell a sudden shiver beside the ice machine

There’s no big thing she left undone, no secret she must tell
She’s just the ghost of the Motor Court Motel

She will not scream and moan at night, she don’t like to make a fuss
She will not be a poltergeist, wouldn’t want to make a muss
There’s no big thing she left undone, no secret she must tell
She’s just the ghost of the Motor Court Motel

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