Vi åt ett fyrarättersmål
Ett sånt man gör en enda gång
I början utav romantiken
Man alltid hoppas att bli lång
Vi stod och hånglade med varann
I varje hörn vi hamnade i
Och vi var glada som ett barnkalas
Bättre lär det aldrig bli

Vi kommer aldrig nånsin veta
Vad som händer med oss sen
Den här dagen kan vi aldrig
Aldrig göra om igen

Det slog oss på vägen hem
Lika plötsligt båda två
Vi kanske borde stanna här
Om det blir nerför sen ändå
Vi åt ett fyrarättersmål
Och vi kommer nyktra till
Och vi blir hungriga igen
Och du kan önska vad du vill

Vi kommer aldrig nånsin veta
Vad som händer med oss sen
Den här dagen kan vi aldrig
Aldrig göra om igen

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