Chi Ga

Album: Hurricane Bar (2004)
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  • This song is about a real person who worked in Borlänge, which is the town in Sweden where Mando Diao is from. In a promotional interview, vocalist/guitarist Gustaf Norén said: "Chi Ga use to work in the big steel factory there. She was one of these girls that thought she know everything but didn't know a s--t about anything. She was terrible and I couldn't stand her. She said I was nothing and I said the same thing to her in this song." >>
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    Tara - Boston, MA
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