"Regina" as written by Bj�rk Gudmundsdottir, Einar Benediktsson, Bragi Olafsson, Sigtryggur Baldursson, Thor Eldon Jonsson and Margret Oernolfsdottir....
Came from the east,
Relative forgot,
To scrape away,
Land in south,
Exhausted engine,
No teeth,
No chance to stop,
Meet Johnny.

Came from the east,
Like the sun,
But with tired engine,
Regina otherwise magnificent,
Regina in good bloom,

Oh oh as old as the sun,
Oh oh with white teeth,
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina,
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.

Land on islands,
Meet Johnny,
Examine my red,
Basalt cluster,
Bottomless dust, terrific sun,
And wetting quite nicely thank you,
I do say nicely,
I do mean that,
Actually.

Blow into the chastity belt
Regina, Regina,
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina,

Hex and bitch and,
Deserves lobster and fame,
Oh, Johnny,
Teeth and gums,
In my life,
Moon and sun,
In my life,
Lobster and shrimp,
In my life,
I don't really like lobster ( like lobster ).

Regina is too old
But the sun is much older
Still the sun with white teeth
But Mrs R. with none
Sun with false teeth
Give me lobster and fame.

I really don't like lobster!

Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.
Oh oh Regina, oh oh Regina.



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"Regina" as written by Bragi Olafsson Bj�rk Gudmundsdottir

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    General Commentits comparing a regina"queen in latin" to the sun.
    TappiTikkarrasson April 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentStill confusing song!
    TappiTikkarrasson December 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI really don't like lobster!
    danisfreakon February 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentok, call me crazy, but i think that this song is about Dido, the queen of Carthage in Virgil's Aeneid. im probbly reading too much into it but:

    both dido and aeneas "came from the east" "to scrape away land". Aeneas came when all his ships needed repair "exhausted engine"(right after a tidal wave actually)...."blow into the chastity belt" dido broke her 'pudor' for aeneas,
    sorry if this is all completely incomprehensible..
    ladylena07on August 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this may have something to do with the Vikings.
    Minveron April 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about a Queen, hence the title as TappiTikkarrass pointed out.

    To me, it seems like a song of praise to a queen and also, it's talking about how her role is an ancient one.

    I have no idea who "Johnny" is and the ranting in the background cracks me up. I think Johnny could possibly represent a regular person bumbling along in his everyday life, juxtaposing that against the life of the queen kinda.
    ssquishyon March 03, 2009   Link

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