"Dear Old Fame" as written by Thomas Silver, Martin Sandvik, Joakim Berggren and Magnus Andreasson....
And I traveled around to educate myself
Stand up straight, I'm easy to persuade
It's all so numb, I can't feel no more
Miss you my friend, pinch me again

The present time is not like past times
Neon lights instead of laughing crimes
I struggled so hard and took it quite far
But all that shows on my hands are scars

Stand up straight, no need to look in my eyes
Still miss you my friend, don't hurt me again
Dear old fame damn don't you pretend
It's all so numb, I can't feel no more

Stretch my tolerance
Act like a man
It's all bullshit when it comes to the end

Dear old Stockholm
Can you feel the loving that I send
Fame, all that money
It's all bullshit when it comes to the end

Dear old Stockholm,
Made a place in my mind

Stretch my tolerance
Act like a man, it's all bullshit when it comes to the end
Dear old Stockholm,
Can't you feel the loving that I send?

Fame, all that money
It's all bullshit when it comes to the end
Dear old Stockholm
Made a place in my mind

Violent ground and amusement sounds
Mutual partners, weaknesses to be found


Lyrics submitted by ChubbyPrincess

"Dear Old Fame" as written by Magnus Andreasson Joakim Berggren

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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