The Cardigans - Carnival

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Music video by The Cardigans performing Carnival. (C) 1995 Universal Music AB

"Carnival" is a pop song by The Cardigans. It was released in 1995 as the first single from their second album Life. It gave the group their first appearance on the UK Charts, reaching number 72 in June 1995. After their next single, a re-issue of "Sick & Tired", reached the top 40, "Carnival" was re-pressed and reached a peak of number 35.

"Carnival" was also the first released material by The Cardigans on which Nina Persson received a writing credit, on this occasion alongside bassist Magnus Svenningsson whom she would later supersede as the group's primary lyricist. The song concerns the narrator's unrequited love for a boy, and mentions a "carnival" (the description actually appears to refer to a funfair) which the narrator would like to attend with the boy but does not go because he never responds to her. 

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