"Hey Kwanongoma!" as written by Ola Salo, Martin Karl Axen Persson, Mikael Bjoern-ingel Jepsson, Lars Henrik Ljungberg and Sylvester David Olof Schlegel....
When we’re out on our own
How low can you go?
How low can we go?

Then you came along
My whole world was changed
With fire and song
My old dreams were gone
And I knew that nothing could tear us apart
And nothing did tear
Tear us apart
Now it hurts in my heart
(I’m singing) Now na-na-na-nothing
is all I got

Hey Kwanongoma!
You spin me around
My head upside down
I’m down on my knees
I’m begging you please
How low can we go
When we’re out on our own
How low can you go
How low can we go?



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    General CommentThis is a great song, I'm surprised no one has commented on it yet.
    Exulton March 24, 2010   Link
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    General CommentOla mentioned once that this song has no actual meaning; he was inspired by African sounds and simply wanted to make a song that would make people dance. I don't know if there's really anything more to interpret in the lyrics; in my opinion they're quite simple & straight-forward.
    vanityx1on March 01, 2013   Link

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