"This Past Week" as written by Martin Larsson and Johan Duncanson....
this past week has been a strange one
lazy, new and good and bad
feelings come and go and change and
ac/dc, good and bad and sad

move to a bigger city
leave home and face the pity
I’d rather stay in bed
knowing that it won’t be pretty

I’ve wasted a year or so
I lost my will some time ago
frustration comes when friends succeed in doing things
but then again that’s me

I want to be a good friend
I want to find my best friend
someone who wants to stay
someone who doesn’t go away

Lyrics submitted by petgrief

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    General CommentThis song is so so so so so so so great, i just downloaded, im out is this earth..... radio dept is one of the reasons ill hit sweden next year.... well, in order to actually make a contribution, and not just say "omg this song rocks", ill give my opinion. I can't tell.... i just LOVE it.
    MeaningLezzon July 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat song. Very inspiring.
    Anraon August 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think i might be falling in love with this boy. it's this weird feeling where things are a little complicated, frustrated and glorious, often within minutes of each other. i have been listening to this song all the while, and this band is the sonic representation of everything i'm feeling.
    paul_bankson November 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love this song. another one of those "i'm not quite sure what it means but i feel as though i understand it completely" really seems to fully capture the experience of anxieties/ positive and negative feelings
    jessthinkon May 14, 2007   Link
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    My Interpretationthis song is about the uncertainty and dread of facing change. my life is at this exact point right now, new love, new life. and it's all so scary. this song embodies all those feelings.
    missmodularon April 27, 2010   Link

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