"Good Morning, Herr Horst" as written by Bjorn Hans-erik Dixgard and Gustaf Noren....
I've been walking down the street
With a Tambourine on my feet
I'm holding every beat steady and low
Well if it would've been me
I would have turned in to the Factory
And chase that little girl black and blue

Now I'm bleeding
And I'm freezing
And I'm crying once again
For Monday glass
For Monday glass

So if you see me on the street
Don't ask me about my passing days
Just slip another coin
And walk away

La la la

I once had a love of mine
With a different heart
In another time
I blew that off with pills and alcohol

I once had a child of mine
With a different heart
In another time
I blew that off with booze and lack of soul

Now I'm bleeding
And 'I'm freezing
And I'm crying once again
For Monday glass
For Monday glass

So if you see me on the street
Don't ask me about my passing days
Just slip another coin
And walk away

Yeah slip another coin
And walk away

La la la


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"Good Morning, Herr Horst" as written by Gustaf Noren Bjorn Dixgard

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    General CommentActually, it is about a well-known homeless man called Horst who lives in Stockholm. I read that in a interview with the band.
    However, one of the best songs on the new album!
    Mümmelgreison October 16, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHorst is a German seaman from HAmburg. He is pretty famous is Stockholm, cause he is "playing" the harmonica like a madman. One night Björn and Gustaf were pretty drunk and stumbled into his bed" he had prepared on the street. Even though they apologized, Horst was really pissed and so they wrote this song as an apologize. Nice idea...=)
    noisy_modon October 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI like the rhythm. I think they somewhere stated this song was about a homeless person, begging for money. But I am not sure. My favourite lyrics in that are "Now I'm bleeding / And I'm freezing / And I'm crying once again / For Monday glass / For Monday glass" - whatever Monday glass means ... maybe alcohol? I really haven't got a clue!
    black_shepherdson September 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHaha, Horst is a great lad!
    CocaColaon April 27, 2007   Link

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