"Make Out Fall Out Make Up" as written by Fredrik Bengt Eriksson, Markus Jesper Gorsch, Johan Bo Lindwall, Josephine Ewa Linn Olausson and Nicholaus Sparding....
Records and clothes on the floor
Remind me of the night before
A pounding pain in my head
I think I'll spend all day in bed

A thousand cigarettes went nuts
The stranger's hand in mine went white
Smudged lipstick, feeling sick
Make out, fall out, make up

Make out, fall out, make up, fall out

Dancing in the living room
With light supplied by the moon
Things I've said but shouldn't
Tricks I've tried but couldn't

Sorry if the music's too loud
Now the air is thicker than the cloud
Did I really call you
I was looking for someone I knew

Make out, fall out, make up, fall out
Fall out (fades) Make up fall out!

Lyrics submitted by laurentertaining

"Make Out Fall Out Make Up" as written by Johan Bo Lindwall Fredrik Bengt Eriksson

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    General CommentIt's "A thousand cigarettes (something)"

    "Lights up high by the blue" (I think)

    and "I was looking for someone I knew"

    Finally some Love is All lyrics!
    bugoffon February 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I never find much but rare tips from reviews and articles on them so I try to interpret :)
    laurentertainingon February 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love the desperation in this song.

    I think the third verse starts:

    "Dancing in the living room
    with light supplied by the moon"
    Shotgunnon March 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentamazing liveee
    wereTHRIVINGon October 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentEverytime I've seen them live, it seems like she's saying 'a stranger's hand in my red wine'

    also, maybe the line about the cigarettes has something to with menthol? i doubt they would refer to it as "menths" but, who knows. mints?
    dontreadjaneeyreon December 11, 2008   Link

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