"Rammstein (english)" as written by Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Till Lindemann, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel and Christoph Doom Schneider....
Rammstein
Ein Mensch brennt
Rammstein
Fleischgeruch liegt in der Luft
Rammstein
Ein Kind stirbt
Rammstein
Die Sonne scheint

Rammstein
Ein Flammenmeer
Rammstein
Blut gerinnt auf dem Asphalt
Rammstein
Mütter schreien
Rammstein
Die Sonne scheint

Rammstein
Ein Massengrab
Rammstein
Kein Entrinnen
Rammstein
Kein Vogel singt mehr
Rammstein
Die Sonne scheint


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

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  • +1
    General CommentThe base is called 'Ramstein Air Force Base' (RAFB) *not* 'Rammstein AFB'. Also, I've been there (military brat) it's huge, just like a little America. Ramstein is the name of the village [of Ramstein] surrounding the base. And to the guy who called this song stupid, you ought to piss off and keep your comments to yourself, this song is a dedication to the dozens of people killed in a violent airshow crash back in the mid-80s, don't be so insensitive.
    m0tbaillieon January 14, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentnot just a city
    not only an airbase
    not only the biggest us-base outside usa
    not only an axident
    but
    one of europes biggest coruption/conspirathy themes after ww2
    the pilote in the midle-mashine
    was the only surviving witness
    of the airplanecrash at ustica
    the reporter who found out was already on his way to germany to interview him...
    maueraffeon April 06, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRammstein is a great band, strait from a great country. i think this song has somthing to do with WW2 and the holocaust(i think i spelled it right). i herd that rammstein ment battering ram in english.
    Man§oni†eMaGg0T666on May 09, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe song is about an air-crash at the Ramstein Airforce in Germany base that occurred in the late 80's during an air-show. The Italian aerobatics team collided during their performance and two jets crashed into the crowd killing several dozen people. The band was originally called Ramstein but added the extra 'r' to their name later and yes it can be translated as 'battering ram' into english although not easily ;-)
    TheBaronon May 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI heard it was battering ram made of stone...but what do I know?
    Harry Manbackon May 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyup the baron is spot on
    Jabbatronon May 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYup but he made a LITTLE mistake they didnt add an extra R but an extra 'M' RamMstein, and it doesn't mean batering ram, it is just the name of the place where the aircrash tookplace
    Kookkieon May 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthaks thebaron
    Man§oni†eMaGg0T666on July 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commenta ramstein is a battering ram made of stone but the song and the band name are references to the air crash.
    SilentAenimaon July 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentya I heard the wanted a chant so they added the M. Like the Vikings used to chant RAMMSTEIN RAMMSTEIN before they took a castle and pludered it (because of their battering ramm). I heard that somewhere I think it was on the LAB Concert Interview.
    SilasMoon89on June 25, 2003   Link

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