"And Then You Kissed Me II" as written by and Nina Persson Nathan Larson....
Slow dancing tight
My barren heart and I
Your name used to taste so sweet
Then you beat the love right out of me
It's a mystery how people behave!
How we long for a life as a slave
When he kissed me I gladly gave in
To a fight nobody could win

Man, he left me blue
And if I could, I would do it too
I tell you now like I told you before
Love is a powerful force
And it's a mystery how people behave!
How we long for a life as a slave
And tumble into any open arms
That will only ever do you harm

Oh, you you, it's always you
The best kisser that I ever knew
True love is cruel love
Not much to be proud of
Nerve-wrecking acrobatic backwards bend
All for a happy end

It's a mystery how people behave!
How we worry ourselves to the grave
When he kissed me I lost everything
Then I got up and did it again

Oh you you, it's always you
The hardest hitter that I ever knew
True love is cruel love
Not much to be proud of
Ass-kissing mercy-missing faithless friend
All for a happy end


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"And Then You Kissed Me II" as written by Nina Persson Nathan Larson

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    General Commentgreat song when you're really tired and feeling really down. It is rare i like female's voice but that girl has a freaking great voice
    im_tired.on April 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyou you.. it's always you..."
    i love this song.. =)
    rosewoodon June 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song can make me feel really miserable.
    I love it. :D Nina sings with such emotion.

    I think the meaning is pretty obvious .. ain't it?
    HYSTERiA_on April 13, 2008   Link

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