|EP by Jens Lekman|
|Released||July 28, 2004|
|Jens Lekman chronology|
Julie is an EP released by Jens Lekman.
The cover art is by Rasmus Hägg and Jens Lekman. The title song "Julie" is a melancholic love song which starts with an invitation to a vending machine to buy Julie a wedding ring and includes a fatalistic reference to failing to "pray for the angels" and them causing the couple to jump from the Eiffel Tower. Julie also involves a pun between Swedish and English which is a common feature in Lekman's music – Jul is the Swedish name for the Christmas celebration and sleigh bells can be heard in the background.
- "Julie" (Remix) – 3:02
- "I Saw Her in the Anti-War Demonstration" – 3:11
- "A Sweet Summers Night on Hammer Hill" – 3:27
- "A Man Walks into a Bar" – 4:22
- "Another Sweet Summers Night on Hammer Hill" – 5:39
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