Life is a paradise...whoa oh yeah

[Chorus:]
Lucky love belongs in teenage heaven
I know, I know
'Cause I've been there with you tonight

I believe life could be paradise once again...
And the love we thought we lost is sleeping within
Close your eyes it's something for you

[Chorus x2]

I'm a prisoner of hope
I know

We are young and we are old
We're fallin' like leaves, like leaves...
And your heart's so full of soul
It makes me believe
Once again, it's something for you...

[Chorus x2]

A bridge over time
Was what you need to see the light, to see the light
Oh yeah
Lucky love, lucky love
Lucky love belongs in teenage heaven...

[Chorus x2]


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Lucky Love Lyrics as written by JONAS BERGGREN, WILLIAM E STEINBERG

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    It's an ode to teenage love. It takes years to understand what this song means. I listened to this as a 14 year old not knowing what the hell they were saying. Now as a 34 year old, I get it. There is just this feeling you get with your first love. It's an all-encompassing mutual infatuation. As you grow older, you fall in love, but it's a more mature love. According to the video, she feels bad. She's getting old. Maybe she feels like she'll never feel that newly in love feeling like she did back then. Then she finds her first love and they spend time together and although there are sparks, she realizes that all consuming love belongs to teenagers. It's not for adults. It belongs in the teenage heaven that it creates where it's just the two of you. But you need to see that as someone out of that stage of life.

    That doesn't mean love in your 20's or 30's isn't great. It's just different, in a good way. It's wonderful in a forever way where there's no need for that head in the cloud feeling. Teenage love belongs to teenagers. Enjoy it, but don't mourn it and look back at it as the end all, be all of the kinds of relationship there is. Don't chase it when it's gone.

    imagine20on January 23, 2016   Link
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    General Comment

    this is a super repeatitive(sp?) song but i can't help but love it lol

    iluvothon November 22, 2006   Link
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    Memory

    This is sad I know, but when I was 5 years old, I actually remember having "suicidal" thoughts. I remember seeing the video for this song. The part where there's a couple in the bathtub. It gave me some kind of hope that I held onto, and that I've always remembered. Something to do with Love, I think.

    fairypukeon March 31, 2009   Link

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