Gunnar Bärlund), had walked her home, and in the doorway he had put his arms around her waist. She liked that. She said he had big hands. Well I think he is bound to have big hands, he was a boxer after all. This was before the WWII. It must have been a big thing back then. I still think it is. I pass his statue quite often and look at those big hands, those big strong boxerhands that knocked out their opponent and caressed a young girls waist in a doorway. A long, long time ago.
And isn't this the most appropriate tune for this post.