"Wir Sterben Niemals Aus" as written by Tom Kaulitz and Bill Kaulitz....
Viel zu viel Liebe, an der Musik.
Viel zu viele Grenzen, unbesiegt.
So viele Gedenken, und Wörter nicht beendet.
Ich glaube nicht das das, bald endet.

Wir bleiben immer, schreiben uns in die Ewigkeit.
Ich weiß dass immer, irgendwo was bleibt.
Wir fühlen, wir sind fürs Ende nicht bereit.
Wir sterben niemals aus, ihr tragt uns bis in alle Zeit.

Macht ihr für uns weiter, wenn wir nichts mehr können.
Werdet ihr unsere Sätze, in die Ewigkeit beenden.
Jetzt hab ich keine Angst mehr, nach vorn zu sehen.
Denn ab heute weiß ich, das wir nicht einfach so gehen.

Wir bleiben immer, schreiben uns in die Ewigkeit.
Ich weiß dass immer, irgendwo was bleibt.
Wir fühlen, wir sind fürs Ende nicht bereit.
Wir sterben niemals aus, ihr tragt uns bis in alle Zeit.
Bis in alle Zeit.

Ich weiß das irgendwas bleibt, 'n bisschen von mir.
Ich bin mir ganz sicher, es bleibt was von dir.
Für immer, für immer.

Wir bleiben immer, schreiben uns in die Ewigkeit.
Ich weiß dass immer, irgendwo was bleibt.
Wir fühlen, wir sind fürs Ende nicht bereit.
Wir sterben niemals aus, ihr tragt uns bis in alle Zeit.
Immer.

Ich weiß das immer, irgendwo was bleibt.
Wir fühlen, wir sind fürs Ende nicht bereit.
Wir sterben niemals aus, ihr tragt uns bis in alle Zeit.

So was wie wir
Geht nie vorbei.


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"Wir Sterben Niemals Aus" as written by Tom Kaulitz Bill Kaulitz

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    General CommentWell, this is my favorite song, and that's all I have to say :D
    kissxonxaxfrownon November 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is amazing. It's my favorite song of all time.

    The lyrics are about how when we die, we will never truly fade away because we'll always live through the ones who love us.

    Chorus translation:
    We'll stay forever, write us into the infinity
    I know that forever, somewhere, something will remain,
    We feel that we are not ready for an end,
    We'll never die out, you* will carry us to the end of time

    *the 'you' is the plural form of you, thus indicating that the song is meant for a group of people (for example, Tokio Hotel's fans, or the personal friends and family of the band). It is therefore not about a significant other or any sort of romantic attachment.

    The song goes further to say "Now I'm no longer afraid of looking forward, because from today on I'll know that we'll never leave."

    I interpret it as a sort of anthem for the TH fans, because the fans support the band and carry them with us through their music. I think the style of this song is different from this other song. Someone unfamiliar with their songs might not notice it, but there's a vibe to it that is a lot less...processed. Listen to the acoustic version on Youtube - it's so raw. This song was written only by the band, whereas most of their music has been modified or cowritten with songwriters and producers. Wir Sterben Niemals Aus isn't nearly as 'mainstream pop-rock' or as 'emo' (if people have to refer to them as emo) as the rest of the music. I wish they would write on their own more, but it's pretty obvious by the lack of response to this song that without the mainstream input of producers and songwriters, TH would not appeal to nearly as many people.

    Most of their songs have the band at it's core, but they're buried underneath all the other songwriters and shit. Another song that has only been touched by them is 'Unendlichkeit' which is very, very different from the rest of the Schrei album.
    mingmingon August 12, 2010   Link
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    General Comment*blah, typo - I think the style of this song is different from their other songs.
    mingmingon August 12, 2010   Link

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