"Summer In Berlin" as written by and Bernard Lloyd Marian Gold....
This day's an invitation
And it's just for you
You've got a reservation
For the 17th of June

Open your eyes
And let the sun break in for a while
There may be something
That you've never seen inside

Feel how your heart beats
Like a heavy machine
The sound of the traffic
Is like a silent dream

The dust in the park
The exhaust from the cars
Ascends in that heated afternoon
(You touch a sweaty body!)

Summer in Berlin, it's alright
The day feels so tired
From the lead in the air
And the fire in the skies

Life seemed to be a fault of grace
But it's ok
It gave you a kiss
In the middle of the crossroads

Summer in Berlin, it's alright
The heat of the sun
Which is stored in the pavement
Feels so fine

Here stands the innocent
And there it comes oh so wild
That's when you're longing
For a summer by the wall

Summer in Berlin, it's alright
Summer in Berlin, it's ok

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"Summer in Berlin" as written by Frank Mertens Bernard Lloyd

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    General Commentby far the best song of alphaville :)
    LeChuckon June 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLjeto u berlinu stvarno dobro zvuci, ali sve je to rokenrol, sto bi reka moj prijatelj Vule, pa tako i ova pjesma. Ali bas nas briga, dobro nam je, super nam je, ne more nam bolje nego nam je. Ko ima osjecaj ljeta i ko ima osjecaj za zene, taj ima i osjecaj ove pisme.
    Coffie&cigaretson February 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe 17th Of June is a street in Berlin (Straße des 17. Juni) named after a uprising in 1953 in East Berlin which was put down by the communists. It leads through the Tiergarten, a huge park, which was right next to the wall. There you can still spend your summer in Berlin, but it won't be so quit now becoming centre of the city again.
    Stonie_Stonsenon April 27, 2008   Link

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