"Gothenburg" as written by and Maia Elvira Hirasawa....
Trams coming in, there´s wind from the sea
But I don´t feel cold, it´s not shivering me
And I thought I didn't like this city but I've changed

Pass the place were I lived in 2002
And I can see the square close to my old school
In the middle of North town, just feeling good
Did not think I liked this city,
Thought I, thought I hated this city but

Gothenburg I came back to you
Now you be nice to me, then I´ll be nice to you
Gothenburg I thank you
You gave me someone to love, and I really owe you

Walk up to the hill, there is someone I like
He has those wrinkles close to his eyes
But they´re not from crying, he laughs more than I
Did not think I liked this city
Thought I, thought I hated this city but

Gothenburg…

R. Kelly on the stereo, a boy is dancing
Around in the living room it´s Monday morning
And I don´t ever want to go home again
Did not think I liked this city
Thought I, thought I hated this city but


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    General Comment"Walk up to the hill, there is someone I like
    He has those wrinkles close to his eyes
    But they´re not from crying, he laughs more than I"

    Those lines fit to my life right now so much that it scares me. And he is from that city...
    playgirl_85on April 17, 2008   Link

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