"Sehnsucht (english)" as written by Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Till Lindemann, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel and Christoph Doom Schneider....
Lass mich deine Träne reiten
Übers Kinn nach Afrika
Wieder in den Schoß der Löwin
Wo ich einst zuhause war

Zwischen deine langen Beinen
Such den Schnee vom letzten Jahr
Doch es ist kein Schnee mehr da

Lass mich deine Träne reiten
Über Wolken ohne Glück
Der große Vogel schiebt den Kopf
Sanft in sein Versteck zurück

Zwischen deine langen Beinen
Such den Sand vom letzten Jahr
Doch es ist kein Sand mehr da

Sehnsucht versteckt
Sich wie ein Insekt
I'm Schlafe merkst do nicht
Dass es dich sticht

Glücklich word ich nirgendwo
Der Finger rutscht nach Mexico
Doch er versinkt I'm Ozean
Sehnsucht ist so grausam

Sehnsucht, sehnsucht
Sehnsucht, sehnsucht
Sehnsucht, sehnsucht

Sehnsucht versteckt
Sich wie ein Insekt
I'm Schlafe merkst do nicht
Dass es dich sticht

Glücklich word ich nirgendwo
Der Finger rutscht nach Mexico
Doch er versinkt I'm Ozean
Sehnsucht ist so grausam

Sehnsucht, sehnsucht
Sehnsucht, sehnsucht
Sehnsucht, sehnsucht
Sehnsucht



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"Sehnsucht" as written by Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Till Lindemann, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel, Christoph Doom Schneider

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Sehnsucht (english) song meanings
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    General CommentUh, personally, I think it's about eating a girl out... o_O
    Jester89on March 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is a one fucking bad translation amigo. Last time I checked, Sehnsucht meant longing. Unless they changed the entire german language on me.
    Rocky_Mc0wnageon March 19, 2003   Link
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    General CommentSehnsucht is difficult to translate - it can be interpretted as Longing, or Hunger, and perhaps even jealousy.
    Esenthielon April 09, 2003   Link
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    General CommentNein. Hunger IS the german word for hunger (Ich hab einen hunger.). I would suggest Longing as the intended meaning, but perhaps jealousy would work too.
    shamsaelon April 16, 2003   Link
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    General Commenta very vulgar song
    especially when it says the finger slips to mexico
    pig_benison April 21, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song is awesome!
    candijunkie421on April 30, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite song off of Sensucht, I love the way he says the part about Mexico.
    Muzzyon June 22, 2003   Link
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    General Commentsehnsucht is an awesome song, my band did this song for the talent show. 50 bucks yo
    Homeslice92on October 20, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt seems to be about becoming bored with sex with someone where it used to be exiting: "Once more to the she-lion's den Where I was at home back then In between your tender long legs Searching snow from just last year Never does the snow appear". Also, the "Nowhere can it be good so The finger slips to Mexico" part obviously reffers to anal sex. Overall, it is quite a depressing song...How hunger/longing never leaves. The only part I find confusing is: "Hunger connects Just like an insect Asleep you never sense Right as it bites". Anyone?
    Also, this is slightly off topic, but during this song once, the lead singer hit himself in the head with his microphone until it bled. It was so cool! It really communicated the tone of the song well too: despair and frustration, like when you just can't get off during sex but the desire is still there.
    freakishfaeon November 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentto the one who made the remark about this song being vulgar, I would like for you to try and figure out what your screen name says. Rammstein has never been nor, hopefully, will it ever be a "G-Rated" band.
    D-Shizniton February 02, 2005   Link

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