"Ancient Curse" as written by and Peter/eriksson Moren....
We want it bad, so bad it hurts, lets wait
You turn me on, but the problems turn me off
Please pack my bags I want to close this case for good
Let make this steady its all bend out of shape
You look away now, I want to know why

Been calling bluffs like this before
Its so old
You just cant get worse
Ancient curse
But what if we could break that

We want it bad, so bad it hurts, lets wait, until the next part
You turn me on, but the problems turn me off
It wont let go, it must been buried for so long, its all so clear now
Don't get me wrong now, but we were doomed from the start
Its getting dark now, should have know why


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"Ancient Curse [*]" as written by Peter Moren John Eriksson

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    General Commentmelancholy and sparse, but not empty and actually, oddly upbeat. the hesitation and anxiety of starting a relationship "doomed from the start" that already forebodes a bad future, a small hope against hope of overcoming it.
    henpeckingon September 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOk so first off I just have to say that coming from a Christian background, when I heard the title Anciet Curse I immediatly thought of Sin. Sometime in Christian Theology Sin is reffered to as the Ancient Curse, and mabey the author is stuggling with his sin and God's plan for salvation. However, this song is vauge enough to offer itself to many different and better intereptations.
    realpolitikon December 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's just about wanting a relationship to work so badly but knowing that it won't
    bearspbjon September 20, 2009   Link

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