The Swedish pop group is known for having some sad songs
"To be alive, to feel the sun that follows every rain"
It strongly implies that the narrator has gone through all kinds of bad things but also done good stuff (like travelling the world and enjoying the tranquility of a beach) that he couldn't have done if he sat around sulking or killed himself.
- Their incomplete mini-musical, "The Girl with the Golden Hair", turns into one of these when combined with the fan theory that it's based on Agnetha's life.
- "Chiquitita", that is all. Have fun.
- "The Name of the Game" video showed how in love they were.
- The sad and beautiful title instrumental from Arrival.
- Benny's rendition of an old hymn, "Gämmal Fåbodpsalm", at the beginning of every concert on their '79 tour. The Agnetha-penned tour-exclusive song "I'm Still Alive" is another tear-jerking moment - a song about personal triumph after her and Bjorn's divorce (Agnetha composed the tune while Bjorn handled the lyrics). And finally, the last song before the encore is "The Way Old Friends Do", a song about remaining friends despite all hardship.
- Even though "If It Wasn't for the Nights" has a cheerful melody, the lyrics tell a sadder story about dreading lonely nights after a divorce. Björn said that he had his own lonely nights after his divorce from Agnetha.