"Celia inside" as written by Peter Anders Svensson and Magnus Sveningsson....
You don't want the sun to shine in
So you turn the curtains down
Your eyes still don't show me a thing
And you don't feel it's sunny outside

You don't want no joy for a while
But you stay up late at night
It hurts you that she's still alive
So you'll raise flowerbeds inside

But she she won't get bothered at all
She's just watching the water at fall
So you should give them just what they need
Water and poetry
Cause she will not bother at all
She's just watching the water at fall
You should give them just what they need
Cause she will not bother at all
But you won't say you're not adored by her beauty, Celia inside

You don't want to feel her at all
But who's that fellowman of hers
With who your dear Celia moved
And they'll sleep happily inside

And her purity, and her lovely, Celia inside

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"Celia Inside" as written by Peter Anders Svensson Magnus Sveningsson

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    General Commentpolite
    elysebiggson March 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTrivia: Magnus Sveningson wrote this song about a girl named Cecilia.
    Looking_glass_eyeson May 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's about a man who's infatuated with this girl Celia, perhaps they recently went separate ways, and her mere existence hurts him because they aren't together.
    alovelyfadeouton June 13, 2008   Link
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    Song Meaning:'(

    You still have feelings for this person but she doesn't care about it...

    I wanted to comment to highlight the "water and poetry" part. I think there's a metaphor connecting raising flowers inside your chest and watering maybe... to maintaining/raising your feelings for her?
    And here in Brazil it's common for some writers (poets) to call themselves or other "lovers" as poets on their works. I never specially liked it but The Cardigans done it so well I actually like it now!
    rafaelluikon August 19, 2012   Link

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