Avicii Somewhere In Stockholm Lyrics

That’s me right there on the corner, listening to Wu in my Walkman

Neon lights hit the water, reflecting the city I’m lost in

That’s me right there on the corner, I one day would be leaving

For a dream that I didn’t have, that I’d one day would believe in

Strange how the same place I ran from’s the same place I think of whenever the chance comes

It’s inevitable cause wherever I go

I hear echoes of a thousand screams

As I lay me down to sleep

There’s a black hole deep inside of me

Reminding me, that I’ve lost my backbone

Somewhere in Stockholm

I lost my backbone, somewhere in Stockholm

I’m from a place where we never, openly show our emotions

We drown our sorrows in bottomless bottles and leave them to float in the ocean

I’m from a place where we never, separate people from people

Some generalize, but in general I still believe that we are treated as equals

My father, my mother, my sister, my brother, my friends and my family’s there

My hope and my money, my innocence in a sense, almost lost everything here

Right where I was founded, is right where I’ll be found dead

These streets are my backbone, until I get back home

I hear echoes of a thousand screams

As I lay me down to sleep

There’s a black hole deep inside of me

Reminding me, that I’ve lost my backbone

Somewhere in Stockholm

I lost my backbone, somewhere in Stockholm

I’m not alone, I am the fire that burns not in the city, but out in the burbs

A river that’s dying of thirst, I am a reverend lying in church

A crack in the pattern, a miracle waiting to happen

A promise that never was kept, one of those moments you’ll never forget

I am that feeling inside the one we all know but can’t really describe

I am the blood spill, but I’m in love still

Somewhere in Stockholm, but I’m not alone

Don’t have to get by on my own, I’m finally home

Hemma I Stockholm

Där jag hör hemma

I hear echoes of a thousand screams

As I lay me down to sleep

There’s a black hole deep inside of me

Reminding me, that I’ve lost my backbone

Somewhere in Stockholm

I lost my backbone, somewhere in Stockholm