I don’t know what I was looking for and I’m not sure I found it
I left a note to my dad saying “I will be gone for about ten days or more”
With my Washburn guitar in a hard case and a bag full of women’s clothes
I bought a stand by ticket to the airport in Stansted
It felt like I was home

I exchanged my Swedish money
I exchanged my Swedish life
And I exchanged my Swedish gender
But I kept the Swedish sin

I got a dirty old room at the Avon Hotel and the doves woke me up in the morning
And I was thinking to myself this could be heaven or above
I put my make up on and I went out on the street
I found a club for people like me
For an hour there I was a British queen dancing to the British accent

So London took my virginity
London took my breath away
London took my past
But London left me the Swedish sin

Suddenly I heard this voice inside saying “you’re falling into disgrace”
You weren’t raised to behave this way
I started crying as I left the place

So London took my virginity
London took my breath away
London took my past
But London left me the Swedish sin

So London took my virginity
London took my breath away
London took my past
But London left me the Swedish sin


Lyrics submitted by lunarxeclipse

Swedish Sin song meanings
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