"Annie's Angle" as written by Bjorn Hans-erik Dixgard and Gustaf Noren....
I was a stoned drunk silhouette of my past
I lost my nerves when he took me on
He was this high-healed smooth talking middleclass bastard
Who tried to stab me for where I was from
And though his words were covered in yesterdays mud
The boys around him laugh his way
But on the parking lot where
I was born He didn't come to play
No he did not dare to stay

[Chorus]
You think you're better than us
You think you're better than who
You think you're better than Annie's angle
Think you're down with the people who laugh when you frown
And then move from ground to ground
You think you're better than us
You think you're better than who
You think you're talking to Annie's angle
Think you're down with the people who laugh when you frown
And they move from ground to ground

Such a pity no one's hurt from your punch
Must be a drag to look so debased
On the other side you've still got your kids to die for
So why take it all out on me
That angry look doesn't suite your face
You've got your medals in a box
And on the telly there's this leader saying
Blame it on the boss You've got to blame it on the boss

[Chorus]

You think you're better

[Chorus]

You think you're better


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"Annie's Angle" as written by Gustaf Noren Bjorn Dixgard

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    General Commentone of my favourites. one of their best, definitely.
    madrigalon March 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfor sure. i guess its meaning is fairly apparent. tis a guy from a not so good background to a "middle class bastard" who acts superior and whatnot.
    tricksinesson August 25, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationI'm almost sure it was inspired by Jante Law
    MrWhitemanon November 24, 2013   Link

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