"Feuerr�der (English)" as written by Oliver Riedel, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Christoph Doom Schneider, Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers and Till Lindemann....
Leg mir das Halsband um
Dann geh ich auf die Knie
Und fang zu bellen an
Der Schmerz ist schön wie nie

Komm mach den Käfig auf
Hol mich ins Sternenreich,

Dort wo die Sterne waren
Drehen sich Feuerräder
Wir feiern eine Leidenschaft
Der Schmerz ist schön wie du

Komm tuh mir langsam weh
Leg mir die Ketten an
Und zieh die Knoten fest
Damit ich lachen kann

Komm mach den Käfig auf
Hol mich ins Sternenreich,

Dort wo die Sterne waren
Drehen sich Feuerräder
Wir feiern eine Leidenschaft
Der Schmerz ist schön wie du

Leg mir das Halsband um
Dann geh ich auf die Knie
Und fang zu bellen an
Der Schmerz ist schön wie nie

Komm mach den Käfig auf
Hol mich ins Sternenreich,

Dort wo die Sterne waren
Drehen sich Feuerräder
Wir feiern eine Leidenschaft
Der Schmerz ist schön wie du

Dort wo die Sterne waren
Drehen sich Feuerräder
Wir feiern eine Leidenschaft
Der Schmerz ist schön wie du

Dort wo die Sterne waren
Drehen sich Feuerräder
Wir feiern eine Leidenschaft
Der Schmerz ist schön wie du


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"Feuerräder" as written by Paul Landers Richard Z. Kruspe

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    General CommentI will be the first to say I LOVE RAMMSTEIN, LIKE MAN ALIVE I HAVE ALLLL THEIR SONGS. ALL THE SECRET ONES and stuff. But this song isn't so hot, sounds like they didn't really clean it up on the recording I got and it's all screwy..... but lyrics are cool.
    SilasMoon89on June 29, 2003   Link
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    General Commentsuck on your daddy SilasMoon89, this song rocks
    Homeslice92on October 20, 2004   Link
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    General CommentHomeslice92, WTF!?

    anyways... S&M peoples
    reprecussionon December 03, 2004   Link
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    General Commentoh hell yeah s&m and after seeing the keeringa or however its spelt mag shoot I got some messed up images in my head with that song
    LadyMageon December 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI agree with SilasMoon 89. This does seem that it was never really released (only on a fan edition of Engel, I believe), so naturally the recording is not perfect, like Shwartzes Glas. But yeah..."S&M" pretty well sums up this song.
    Oh, and the translation is a bit strange in one part, sorry to whoever did it. It is not "The pain is great like never before". "Der Schmerz ist schön wie du" is pretty obviously "The pain is beautiful like/as you". I'm not the only one who thinks so...Just a suggestion.
    freakishfaeon March 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's plain to see, what's Feuerräder about: S&M
    Music sounds pretty, but lyrics... Maybe Till likes S&M
    Methicaon January 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually freakishfae, the translation is, "The pain is great like never before." In the German version of the song, the first couple of repeats of the chorus say, "Der Schmerz ist schön wie nie," where "wie" means the comparative "like" and "nie" means "never." Putting the two together, thus, makes "like never before." But you're right on the part where the end of the chorus goes "wie du" instead of "wie nie" a few times.

    As for the song itself, it sounds a little creepy in parts, but in a way that I like! I find it very hard to not like Rammstein because even their worst stuff (if there's such a thing) has a lot of things that I like! Speaking of which, in response to SilasMoon89's comment about the sound, it does sound a little unclean at first, but as the song continues, I feel as though the fact that the sound isn't all cleaned up just adds to the song. And yes, this song is quite obviously about S&M.
    KageAmaya491on October 12, 2008   Link

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