Could it be I'm a lonely one that made everything
so upside down now?
Could it be all the lies
I told that gave nightmares to me after an olympic day?
You said everything was fine.
But I saw you through and I knew
that I was just as bad as you.
Never said I would give you up.
But if I must then tell me why now.
Never said I believed in all those things
I've heard about you from those rumours now.
I thought everything was fine.
But you proved me wrong and I was taken by surprise.
Don't like me, don't like me.
Don't you know I'm good for nothing.
Don't like me, was what you told me when I called you up.
Don't like me, don't like me.
Don't you know I'm good for nothing.
Don't like me, whatever I may say to make you feel that way.
Could it be I'm a lonely one that turned everything
so upside down now?
Could it be that you told me
that you still loved me that made me change so quickly now?
I heard me when you called.
Don't like me, don't like me.
Don't you know I'm good for nothing.
Don't like me, was what I told you when you called me up.
Don't like me, don't like me.
Don't you know I'm good for nothing.
Don't like me, eventhough inside I know I want you too.
Didn't want to tell you what to do.


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Olympic Lyrics as written by Fredrik Larzon Erik Ohlsson

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    No comments here? That's strange. Well, as the first person, I'd like to say that this song is full of emotionally charged MC at a time when all that mattered was slickin' it at the lanes.

    BArckyon July 20, 2002   Link
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    Yea i just joined this sight thing but Olympic is one of my favorite song. It is so awesome and i hope more people will agree with me and BArcky on this

    Hardcore_Slackeron September 23, 2002   Link
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    The song rocks, but the lyrics weren't written by MC. Maybe that's why no one's really posted...

    TheyNamedMeMikion April 20, 2003   Link
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    you made a mistake with your lyrics... the last paragraph should be "dont like me, was what I told you when you called ME up..."etc amazing song though, check out Fonzie's cover i love millencolin

    makemybeddon June 06, 2003   Link
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    best song on the cd hands down most intense also, brilliantly written, and if MC didn't write it, who did?

    boardsteramaon March 29, 2005   Link
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    dONt like me dont like Me dont YOu know im GOOD for nothINNGgggg

    jun3auon April 06, 2005   Link
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    Yeah who wrote it then?

    AnnsoFuckon August 16, 2005   Link
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    Kristofer Åström of Fireside wrote the lyrics 4 this one

    Alk3 the drive-inon February 10, 2006   Link

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