Agnetha Fältskog song in Swedish movie, just out in the UK

The song Försonade (meaning reconciled or forgiven) was a B-side back in 1968 and also appeared on Agnetha Fältskog – the first ever album by Agnetha.  Agnetha wrote both the music and the lyrics.

I’ve always been rather fond of this song and it’s great that 40 years after it was released, it has a new life in this award winning movie – even if it is a vampire movie!

One of the most convenient ways of getting hold of the recording on CD, is to snap up the recent Original Album Classics box set, now available at Amazon.

Thanks to Lee for the info.

IMDb – Let The Right One In

3 Comments

  • I must have a listen to that one, i’ve got that album.

  • This song was actually Agnetha’s self penned Melodifestivalen
    entry, that was never choosen for the song contest back in 1968-
    find out more here
    http://schlagertunes.blogspot.com/2009/04/schlager-hero-4-agnetha-faltskog.html

  • grattis till er borjon ulvaeus som denna dag sa speciell och att fodelsedag gud valsigne honom och del av halsa och lyka.

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