"Alina's Place" as written by Fredrik Jan Hultin and Ola Mattias Lindefelt....
silly old parade
where food gets thrown away
digestive ill behaviour foming
kids run up in lines
oppressing here's for fun
impressive how the dress code's working
we're all in

comes the emperor
our vicius lucifer
and what could be more fun than hiding
his didactic ways representative space
around his arms where scars are forming
they're all in

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    General Commentno comments? weird..... i really like this song. its calming...
    treblecleffon April 16, 2010   Link
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    General CommentVery relaxing song. Has some good power behind it too towards the end.

    This seems like a vicious leader is returning somewhere. I imagine a scene like Caesar returning to Rome. Everyone is out celebrating (silly old parade), wasting food (food gets thrown away), wearing their uniforms (impressive how the dress code's working) and being controlled (They're all in). The emperor is a terrible ruler (vicious Lucifer) he is hiding the ways he teaches or entertains everyone to be controlled (hiding his didactic ways) which are the scars and damage around his body taking shape (representative space around his arms where scars are forming), and everyone loves him for it and is being controlled (they're all in).

    Fredrik is Swedish, and the name Alina in Nordic means can mean's either a skilled noble leader or an egotistic ruler. This seems to be the the two sides of the emperor returning to his "place." The people praise a skilled noble ruler, while he actually is a selfish egotistical "vicious Lucifer."

    Just a guess by looking at the lyrics. Seems an idea on people being controlled and not realizing it. In fact, they love it. Could be a political commentary about freedom and tyranny, or about a relationship where one person has all the power and he/she knows why- from doing damage.

    dcaliveon June 09, 2011   Link

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