Come Back And Haunt Me (Bergman Marit)

He was just a schoolboy, but a prince in our home town A backpack full of spraycans, and baseballcap for crown We were never lovers, or I never loved him like I should Sometimes I still see his paintings, On concrete walls, on moldy wood, Words are never really understood, oooh, oooh, oooh... Come back, come back and haunt me Come back, come back and haunt me Take me back to blacker nights and brighter days Come draw me one more tag, oh sweet B.H We used to roam around the tunnels Just to find a perfect spot We used to run through field and meadows Through daisys and forget-me-nots Oh he had sad eyes like a puppy And a smile that melt us down And I could never think the thought Of him not beeing around. I never thought I'd let him down Ooooh, oooh, oooh... Come back, come back and haunt me Come back, come back and haunt me Take me back to blacker nights and brighter days Come draw me one more tag, oh sweet B.H Climbed in through my window, kept me laughing for a year I spread lipstick on his collar, he whispered sweet words in my ear Oh, I never got to ask him, and now our memories turn pale But I still hear his mother crying from 87 miles away I wish there was something I could say I guess it doesn't matter now anyway