Vi kunde vart nån annanstans
Vi kunde gå åt varsitt håll
Då skulle månen ha en annan glans
Och sången ha ett annat innehåll
Utan text och atonal
Om vi gjort ett annat val

Vi kunde vart nån annanstans
Vi kunde bo i varsitt hus
Du skulle vara någon annan mans
Min lycka någon annans rus
Bara tanken känns brutal
Att vi en gång haft ett val

Vi kunde vart nån annanstans
Vi kunde vara varsin ton
En outhärdlig dissonans
En överdjävlig distortion
Sända på varsin kanal
Varje dag är nya val

Å du vet att jag väljer dig
Å jag vet att du väljer mig
Jag vet jag väljer dig varenda gång
Varenda gång

För visst har du såväl som jag
Övervägt ett par förslag
Man är stor och stark en dag
En annan är man full och svag
Men det är sånt som aldrig nämns
Inte tanken på den ens

Å du vet att jag väljer dig
Å jag vet att du väljer mig
Jag vet jag väljer dig varenda gång
Vet att jag väljer dig varenda gång
Varenda gång
Varenda gång

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