"Bring 'em In" as written by Bjorn Hans-erik Dixgard and Gustaf Noren....
I've gotta climb this mountain, yeah, I'll deal with you later
If you burst into laugh then I will ch-ch-ch-choke you with my cough
I am better of dead, I'm rolling high and I'll be gone for tomorrow

So copying styles if you're a one of a kind
Oh Yeah! Alright!

Tough looking star, painted in black, smoothed in white cream
Sing lazy songs, lyrics haven't been the same without it
And when the lunatics are coming in the late afternoon, I will comfort me

With saying that I'm just a one of a kind
Oh Yeah! Alright!

And when the lunatics are coming in the late afternoon,
you may comfort me by saying that you're all by a tune, and you will say:
I wander what's so wrong about it, I wander what's happy about it,
I want it now and you will never be alive!

I want it now, but you were never my kind,
so cry at night when the band pullet out


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"Bring 'Em In" as written by Gustaf Noren Bjorn Dixgard

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    General Comment"I didn't like it when the rock culture became all posh and everyone was bisexual. You know Placebo, Pulp, Nicky Wire from Manics and Damon Albarn were all in it. Even Cure were getting popular again. They didn't know fuck about real life. All of a sudden I didn't find rock attractive anymore. And it was killing me. I was convinced that it was all up to me and Björn to change it. Every song on Bring 'em in is about this. Shaping up Rock 'n' roll, especially this one." - Gustaf Norén
    GeeWhizon June 20, 2008   Link

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