Brinn pengar brinn
Jag lovar du betyder nånting
Du orkar ta dig igenom det här
Du räcker till, så var den du är

Brinn pengar brinn
Jag vet att du är värd någonting
Du är hoppet i ett IQ-fritt land
Du är drömmarna jag drömmer ibland

Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar
Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar

Brinn hjärtat brinn
Du vet du kan förändra allting
Det blåser genom staden inatt
Hör du sanningen, den lät som ett skratt

Brinn hjärtat brinn
Vår fiende är rädd om sitt skinn
Det räcker med en gnista ett bloss
Dom skulle vilja vara som oss

Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar
Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar

Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar
Visst känns det som att kärleken väntar
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    oh, my favourite phrase of all, "hoppet i ett IQ-fritt land" :)

    RealSugaron September 19, 2005   Link
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    I have the most amazing memory to this song...

    trasselfiaon May 13, 2006   Link
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    I've never managed to really like this song, as it always reminds me of the video, which I didn't think fits the song all that well.

    alltaton July 29, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    I've always liked the song, but it grew a lot in my opinion when I heard it live.

    Btw, I think that Jocke is "hoppet i ett IQ-fritt land" :)

    Radionauton August 15, 2008   Link

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