The big hit from ABBA's final album, 1981's The Visitors, 'One of Us' was one of a handful tracks that explored the darker territory of Ulvaeus and Benny's songwriting as the two men's divorces were beginning to influence their musical output. Indeed, the message of the song is about a woman trying to revive a dead relationship.
When 'One Of Us' was released as a single it became ABBA's last top 10 hit in the UK, peaking…
They passed me by, all of those great romances
You were, I felt, robbing me of my rightful chances
My picture clear, everything seemed so easy
And so I dealt you the blow