"Wilder Wein" as written by Oliver Riedel, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Christoph Doom Schneider, Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers and Till Lindemann....
Wilder Wein-vor deinem Schloss
Wilder Wein-ich bin bereit
Man meldet Ankunft-nur fuer den Koenig
Gott steh mir bei-und oeffne deine Tore
Wilder Wein-und ganz langsam
Wilder Wein-so warm und feucht

Wilder Wein-vor deinem Schloss
Wilder Wein-es steht geschrieben
Tief I'm Wasser-kreuzt man nicht
Doch mein Lust-verlacht die Fluegel
Wilder Wein-wie eineTaube
Wilder Wein-so nass und heiss

Wilder Wein-vor diesem Dunkel
Wilder Wein-von Licht geheilt
Es bleibt verborgen-sonst koennten wir uns wehren
Ich warte auf dich-am Ende der Nacht
Wilder Wein-nur eine Traube
Wilder Wein-und bitter wie Schnee

Ich warte auf dich-am Ende der Nacht
Ich warte auf dich-am Ende der Nacht
Ich warte auf dich-am Ende der Nacht
Ich warte auf dich-am Ende der Nacht



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"Wilder Wein" as written by Paul Landers Richard Z. Kruspe

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    General CommentAwseome song!
    Til said in his Live Aus Berlin (DVD) interview that his lyrics are on different levels, 4 or 5 I think he said. Like most Rammstein songs this one is no exception. It's brilliant.
    The song title is Wild Wine, and references to wine are mentioned a number of times, warm and soft, bitter like snow etc.
    The song is also about sex - 'beneath your castle I am ready, open the gates, arrival is announced but only for the king' etc. Maybe Til is comparing a good good wine with sex, or maybe (and I can't help but think this), is the wine an allegory for the male bodily fluid? --> 'Bitter like snow'?
    And then - 'Deep water - you don't cross. But my desire laughs at the wings'. I think with the castle
    theme this is referring to a damsel not leaving the castle and crossing the moat, but the King doesn't care, he wants this damsel and a certain something very much so he will cross the deep water of the moat, or do anything really to get some. Could this be about rape? Or really just a man's desire to get some action?
    Brendonion September 23, 2008   Link

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