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Himmel No 7
Himmel No. 7
Words: Per Gessle / Music: MP Persson - Per Gessle
? 1979 by Inhouse Music

[F] [C] [Bb] [F#] [F] [C] [Bb] [F#]
[F]Jag k?pte en [C]biljett till [Bb] sjunde [F#]himmlen
[F]F?r att se om min [C]?lskade var [Bb]d?r [F#]
[F]Hon sa hon ville [C]fara till [Bb] sjunde [F#]himmlen [F]det var [C]d? hon tog far[Bb]v?l [F#] [G#]
[F]Jag ?kte [C]bl? buss nummer [Bb]tre in till [F#]staden[G#]
[F]Och bes?kte en [C]dam i en lucka p? [Bb]en SJ-station[F#] [G#]
[F]Jag skulle k?pa [C]biljett till [Bb]sjunde [F#]himmlen[G#]
[F]Dom ?r [C]slut, sa hon och [Bb]log...[F#]..[G#]
{c:Refr?ng:}
[D#]Himmel [C#]no.7 - [D#]Himmel [C#]no.7 - [D#]Himmel [C#]no.7
Visst lurar du mej
Eller[F#]hur, eller[G#]hur, eller hur
[D#]Himmel [C#]no.7 - [D#]Himmel [C#]no.7 - [D#]Himmel [D#]no.7
Visst lurar du mej, ?h [F#]nej ?h [G#]nej
[F]Jag satte [C]stegen mot [Bb] SAS[F#]:en[G#]
[F]En plats p? [C]planet sen far jag i[Bb]v?g ?ver [F#]husen[G#]
[F]Men dom hade ingen [C]ledig sits f?r n?n
Till [Bb]sjunde [F#]himmlen[G#] [F]bara ett [C]nummer 90 [Bb]tusen.....[F#]..[G#]
{c:Refr?ng}
[F]Jag sprang p? en [C]man med [Bb] konstiga [F#]?gon[G#]
[F]Han sa vill du [C]resa iv?g till [Bb] sjunde [F#]himmlen[G#] [F]enkel bilj[C]ett 50 [Bb]sp?nn
H?r ?r pak[F#]etet[G#] [F]packa [C]v?skan och flyg [Bb]iv?G [Bb] [Bb] [Bb]
Jag k?pte en biljett till sjunde himmlen f?r att se om min ?lskade var d?r
Hon sa hon ville fara till sjunde himmlen det var d? hon tog
{C:Refr?ng x2}
[F] [C] [Bb] [F#] [G#] [A#] [C] [F]
 
 
Gyllene Tider - Himmel No 7 :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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About the artist behind Himmel No 7:

Gyllene Tider is a famous Swedish pop group. The name "Gyllene Tider" means 'Golden ages' or 'Golden times' in English. Few Scandinavians would not recognize the band's most famous song "Sommartider", often played on the radio during late spring and early summer. The band is well-known for its catchy choruses and light-weight lyrics about summer and life in a small town, and they have been described as a Swedish equivalent of the Beach Boys. In the text below, the Swedish names of the songs are written in italics, with the English translation in parenthesis.

In 1977, Per Gessle met Mats Persson, a member of the band Audiovisuellt Angrepp, forming the duo Grape Rock. Later Micke Andersson, Anders Herrlin and Göran Fritzon joined and the quintet was born. The group's name was changed to Gyllene Tider.

1978 - The band had become a group of local celebrities in Halmstad for their Christmas-concerts. They took advantage of this and released their quite rare vinyl ep; Billy. The record sold in about 900 copies.

In 1980, the LP Gyllene Tider was released, becoming a huge success in Sweden. Flickorna på TV2 (The girls on TV2) was the biggest hit on that album.

The second album was released in 1981 under the name Moderna Tider (Modern age) and also enjoyed huge success. It was followed up by a national tour. The next year Puls (Pulse) was released with the hits Sommartider (Summertimes) and Flickan i en Cole-Porter-sång (The girl in a Cole Porter song).

The group tried to break through to the American market in 1984 with the album Heartland (a six track mini version of the album The Heartland Café released in Sweden) under the name "Roxette". But it failed and the album flopped after selling about 8,000 copies. The name Roxette was later used by Per Gessle to name his successful collaboration with Marie Fredriksson.

In 1985 Gyllene Tider officially broke up. But in the following years a few "Greatest hits" albums were released and a few reunions took place, in particular the immensely popular Återtåget tour of 1996.

In 2004 the band celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary with the first new album after 20 years and a big summer tour in July and August. The tour, called GT25, was a huge success, being the biggest tour in Scandinavia ever and the second largest of all time in the whole of Europe, gathering large crowds all over Sweden. When they performed at Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg on August 7 2004 during the GT25, 58 977 fans watched the concert live, and the performance was later broadcast on TV4.

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