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"Svefn-g-englar" is a song by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós, from their second album, Ágætis byrjun.

"Svefn-g-englar" was released as a single in 1999, featuring two studio recordings — "Svefn-g-englar" (Icelandic pun "sleepwalkers" or "Sleep angels") and "Viðrar vel til loftárása" ("good weather for airstrikes"), both from Ágætis byrjun — and two songs recorded live at the Icelandic Opera House in Reykjavík — "Nýja lagið" ("new song"), which has not yet been recorded in studio, and "Syndir Guðs" ("God's sins"), from the group's… read more

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g er kominn aftur
inn ig
a er svo gott a vera (hr)
en stoppa stutt vi

Sigur Rós - Svefn-g-englar Lyrics

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  • Chills. Tears.
  • amo S2
  • As I have said many times, I am truly convinced Jónsi is an Angel. That is the only explanation for his beautiful voice.
  • I just want to hide inside my bed in complete darkness and get to some altered state of consciousness to this song. [2] (yes! holy hell yes!)
  • Heard this in David Firth's cartoon "Alan". Quite random and bizarre but funny to hear at the same time.
  • I just want to hide inside my bed in complete darkness and get to some altered state of consciousness to this song.
  • Belíssima!
  • Ah...mazing
  • brillante!
  • mesmeric

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