The famous four from Sweden that became the supergroup Abba were Agnetha Faltskog, Benny Andersson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Bjorn Ulvaeus. Formed in 1972 they won the Eurovision Song Contest just two years later in 1974 with the classic hit Waterloo. From “Angeleyes” to “Voulez-Vous” and “Chiquitita” to “Dancing Queen” from “Fernando” to “Knowing me Knowing You” the list of their fantastic hits goes on and on. Listen carefully to some of the lyrics from these songs and you’ll be blown away by their clever subtle stories and meanings behind them.
“No more carefree laughter, silence ever after, walking through an empty house tears in my eyes, this is where the story ends, this is goodbye”
“Knowing me, knowing you (a-ha), there is nothing we can do, knowing me, knowing you (a-ha), We just have to face it this time we’re through, knowing me knowing you”
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The Global smash hit musical “Mamma Mia” features all Abba songs and brings the story of Sophie to the big screen. The three men she thinks could be her father are invited to her upcoming wedding unbeknown to her mother Donna.