"Leona" as written by and Erik Ohlsson Fredrik Larzon....
we lost our luggage and we lost our smiles
we've been the melancholy brothers so many times
when we went down to an unknown club
she did the best she could to cheer us up

Leona said we could go in for free
Leona was so pretty indeed

infected by Madonna she was nr. one
haven't met a girl this clean in a long long time
damn we had to leave I swear we had
no choice but one thing to remember is her
tiny voice

sometimes when you´re all alone you´re not
expecting much from anyone maybe that´s the
reason she was so lovely to me but if I get a super
job then I will work work really hard to get some
money and go somewhere and find a girl like her.

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"Leona" as written by Fredrik Larzon Erik Ohlsson


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    General Commentthis is the first Milencolin song i ever heard
    and it rocks...
    just like they do
    HappyChickenon August 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDamn yo this song is so nice, i'm surprised only HappyChicken commented. You're right man this song and Millencolin both rock! i would love to have a girl like Leona too.
    Hardcore_Slackeron September 23, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is tight. My view on it is that nothing is going right for them and then Leona was so great to them and everything was better.
    2Close2Seeon June 13, 2003   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song is about "the owner" of a nightclub.

    These guys were down on their luck and didn't have much money.
    They went to a club and the owner either recognised them or just liked them and said they could go in for free.

    The owner was number one but she had a tiny voice and they didn't understand her saying she was "the owner". They thought she was introducing herself as Leona. They had a great night and she was so cool they wrote a song about her.
    punkNon April 03, 2013   Link

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