"Little Moon" as written by Klara Maria S�derberg and Johanna Kajsa S�derberg....
There's a city, on the top of the mountains
I used to go there as a child
And there's a forgotten forest there
Full of those drunken trees
They look like they're falling apart you know
Just like the people there, those fools
Oh no, don't get me wrong it's, it's a wonderful place
I'm actually headed towards the mountains right now
My train should arrive any minute now
You can follow me if you want
I mean if you have time

Birds are leaving over here

I saw them sail away
They looked just like saints
Little one

I heard myself whisper your name
I was asleep in a dream
Then you woke me up
Little sun

The way you look at me now
These lights that used to shine
I've been blowing them out
Little one

Well I remember those few nights
When the sky it stared right back at us
Felt so small standing next to you
Little moon


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"Little Moon" as written by Johanna Kajsa Soederberg Johanna Kajsa S�derberg

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    General CommentI think that the text might be full of metaphors, in this case: the forgotten forest full of drunken trees = perhaps a miserable suburb that noone takes any notice of. I also think that in the other half of the song she is talking about a relationship coming to an end. with the: "The way you look at me now, these lights that used to shine. I've been blowing them out little one." That she's been pushing this person away from her for too long and now this persons spark for her no longer exists.
    albionsailoron November 05, 2008   Link

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