"Back In The Picture" as written by Lauri Yloenen, Pauli Rantasalmi, Aki Hakala and Eero Heinonen....
There were times in life I was on my knees,
Now its over,
Deep inside my heart I know
Simply put I've been stabbed in the back ever since I remember,
But deep in side it hurt to let go

[Chorus:]
Back in the picture
Back in the picture
I wonder what took so long, so long
Back in the picture
Back in the picture
I wonder what took so long, so long

Dedicate everything I create to my friends I would die for,
But you will always be the one,
Memories that you can't overrun,
Memories I could die for,
I thought I'd always be on the run

[Chorus]

There were times in life I was on my knees,
Now its over,
Deep inside my heart I know

[Chorus]

So long
So long
So long...


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"Back in the Picture" as written by Eero Heinonen Aki Hakala

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    General CommentIt's about the time Rasmus was hopeless. Lauri went away from home so that he can make music, but then the old drummer left the band and everything went down. They had no money or anything. ''Simply put I've been stabbed in the back ever since I remember
    And deep inside it hurt to let go'' Everyone was against his way of life. is family, that is. But he was desperate and was thinking of coming home defeated, but it hurt to let go of music. And then they got a new drummer, a new deal and they had money again and everything was starting to feel good, he was back in the picture. Friends he would die for is his band and memories are the memories he had with them.

    At least thet's what I think, after listening a lot of interviews and stuff... ;)
    Siriusloveon July 24, 2007   Link

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