"Kingdom & Glory" as written by Bjorn Hans-erik Dixgard and Gustaf Noren....
It feels like I'm water
What do you mean son?
It feels like I'm crying flesh
It looks like tears have dropped on Messiah
And all of the flood can fit into your screen

It must be the soil I was using
To stop ghosts from feeding my brain,
Lost in the woods where my generation grows
And where they write

[Chorus]
That every kid owns every house
Well it's gonna be different now that
I'm gone And the tilted bodyguards took your wife and your dog
Life is better now when you
Own every tree on every yard
Well it's gonna be different now that I'm gone
To shot some aliens for kingdom and glory
For welfare and for life itself

Take me away son; wash all the years' son
Away with the tears of my youth
Today I'm sober today I'm clean
Today I feel like I'm stuck in between

It must be the soil I was using
To stop ghosts from feeding my brain,
Lost in the woods where my generation grows
And where they write

[Chorus]

That every kid owns every house

Birthdays are your days
The first days of your days
We're gonna be having some fun

[Chorus]

That every kid owns every houseâ?¦


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"Kingdom & Glory" as written by Gustaf Noren Bjorn Dixgard

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    General CommentI've seen an interview where Gustaf said this song was about being young and feeling like a king. About the glorious youth, the best time of your life.
    Ashtray-girlon November 10, 2010   Link
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    General Comment...and also about not having a clear boundary between reality and imagination. It seems to him that the whole world will change when he grows up...
    soboton October 29, 2012   Link

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