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Too big, to small
Size does matter after all
Zu groß, zu klein
Er könnte etwas größer sein
Mercedes Benz, und Autobahn
Alleine in das Ausland fahren
Reise, Reise, Fahrvergnügen
Ich will nur Spaß, mich nicht verlieben

Just a little bit, just a little bitch

You've got a pussy
I have a dick
So, what's the problem
Let's do it quick
So take me now before it's too late
Life's too short so I can't wait
Take me now, oh, don't you see
I can't get laid in Germany

To short, to tall
Doesn't matter, one size fits all
Zu groß, zu klein
Der Schlagbaum sollte oben sein
Schönes Fräulein, Lust auf mehr
Blitzkrieg mit dem Fleischgewehr
Schnaps im Kopf, du holde Braut
Steck Bratwurst in dein Sauerkraut

Just a little bit, be my little bitch

You've got a pussy
I have a dick
So, what's the problem
Let's do it quick
So take me now before it's too late
Life's too short so I can't wait
Take me now, oh, don't you see
I can't get laid in Germany

Germany
Germany

You've got a pussy
I have a dick
So, what's the problem
Let's do it quick
You've got a pussy
I have a dick
So, what's the problem
Let's do it quick
You've got a pussy
I have a dick
So, what's the problem
Let's do it quick

So take me now before it's too late
Life's too short so I can't wait
Take me now, oh, don't you see
I can't get laid in Germany



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

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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  • +9
    General Comment:Actually this song is about how everyone views Germany has a sex tourist vacationing spot. If you notice that Till says Germany in the lyrics instead of Deutschland, it's through the eyes of the average tourist.
    drunken_buzbyon September 17, 2009   Link
  • +2
    General Comment:I actually appreciate the bare-bones, straight-to-the-point approach of Rammstein's lyrics here. They've definitely decided they're not gonna write some Tool-ish "deep ass" lyrics here (no offense to Tool as I'm a Tool fan myself) but at the same time, come up with something that can be considered a quite 'simple' work of art.

    Given Rammstein's political nature over the years, I'm assuming this song is some kind of tribute to a political c**k-sucking problem with the government or something like that...albeit done much more blatant than usual.
    shadowalkon September 23, 2009   Link
  • +2
    General Comment:GODS OF ROCK ARE BACK!!!

    AWESOME SONG!

    So simple but so beautiful! This is why I like Rammstein, they are band with smartest lyrics ever but at same time they are not slaves of cliche, they can be dead serious in their songs but at same time they know how to have fun and know how to make good joke! This song is proof!

    LONG LIVE RAMMSTEIN! YOU NAILED IT ONCE AGAIN!!!
    ramms1982on September 27, 2009   Link
  • +2
    Memory:I think this song is the kind of song why every fan of Rammstein loves them.
    SPNirologyon March 04, 2010   Link
  • +2
    General Comment:You've got a pussy, I have a dick,
    So what's the problem? Let's do it quick!

    what you think about this:

    You've got an enemy, I have weapon
    So what's the problem? Let's transfer money!

    Like Amerika...social satire..???
    harry2010on May 14, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment:I have to agree with Buzby. This is totally like Amerika. "this is not a love song, i don't sing my mother's tongue." He's probably using the same principal for this song.

    Or I could be wrong and Rammstein just wanted an excuse to make a porno. (not that some of their other video's and concert antics could be concidered a form of pornography)
    kaorutheimpaleron September 29, 2009   Link
  • +1
    My Opinion:As drunken_buzby and ramms1982 have already said, this song is yet another brilliant commentary on social satire from Rammstein, who write songs about subjects that other bands simply will not do. This song is nothing short of genius and proves how refreshing Rammstein are in the current pop culture. Not since Frankie Goes To Hollywood in the mid 1980s have a band courted so much controversy.

    And to answer sens_freak_18, the new album is terrific. The only question I have is whether or not to also get the super limited flight case version in a couple of weeks time.
    dmr316on October 18, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment:I HAVE A DICKA
    hahahaha that line cracks me up
    sG4RYton October 28, 2009   Link
  • +1
    Song Meaning:Rammstein's relatively obscure in the German music scene. Even though they're famous in America and Asia, they're just another band in Europe. So they can get any women or men they look at anywhere in the world except their own home country. That's where the meaning of "Take me now, oh don't you see?/I can't get laid in Germany!" comes from.

    I think the entire song's like Zwitter: they wanted to stir up controversy and their usual antics aren't all that "special" now: everyone's gotten used to them. So they had to go all out with this.
    ShadDrysmianon December 09, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment:Nice song.. but I still miss the old Rammstein! Du Hast!
    Seysson December 24, 2009   Link

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