"Lund" as written by Annika Ingrid Maria Norlin and Andreas Per Mattsson....
Two brothers from the south of Sweden came to stay with me
One of them would have gotten my virginity
but he didn’t know that back then, did he!
He didn’t know that back then.

He went a bit rough on my poetry,
said: there’s no chance in hell this will ever grow to be anything.
He said: I mostly like Dylan myself
I said: Shocking! Well
Then he said something else, I didn’t understand
Because he came from the south of Sweden, he spoke just like a Dane

You should have seen these brothers!
Freckles all over their pale bodies.
And when they spoke, they made you feel like summer just broke through though it was fall
They made it obvious I was too young, not interesting at all

I always wanted to go to their hometown and knock on their door
And say something interesting and revolting that they’d never heard before
to make them change their minds, after all this time:
Look! There was some cool in me, you know!
They probably still won’t think so.

And I’m in Lund again, and nothing’s fixed that ever was broken
And I’m in Lund again, and I still don’t get things right
And I’m in Lund again, and maybe they have grown up
and maybe they are here
because there’s a glow of spring in the hall tonight.

Lyrics submitted by Deckers

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    General CommentI love this song!
    Freshman year I was madly in love with this senior.
    I'm a senior now.
    I still hope he'll show up and be amazed by how mature and clever I am now.
    No such luck.
    Sarahluvsu182on October 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I think many girls can identify with the character in this song. I like that the brothers in the song are from Lund. I'm from Lund and I almost laughed when she sang that "he spoke just like a Dane".
    Thegreatgodon November 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI don't remember writing that.
    Thegreatgodon March 10, 2009   Link

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