"Frühling In Paris (English)" as written by Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Till Lindemann, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel and Christoph Doom Schneider....
Im Lichtkleid kam sie auf mich zu
Ich weiß es noch wie heut'
Ich war so jung,
Hab' mich geniert
Doch hab' es nie bereut

Sie rief mir Worte ins Gesicht,
Die Zunge lustgestreut
Verstand nur ihre Sprache nicht
Ich hab' es nicht bereut

Oh non rien de rien
Oh non je ne regrette rien

Wenn ich ihre Haut verließ
Der Frühling blutet in Paris

Ich kannte meinen Körper nicht
Den Anblick so gescheut
Sie hat ihn mir bei Licht gezeigt
Ich hab es nie bereut

Die Lippen oft verkauft so weich
Und ewig sie berühr'n
Wenn ich ihren Mund verließ
Dann fing ich an zu frieren

Sie rief mir Worte ins Gesicht,
Die Zunge lustgestreut
Verstand nur ihre Sprache nicht
Ich hab' es nicht bereut

Oh non rien de rien
Oh non je ne regrette rien

Wenn ich ihre Haut verließ
Der Frühling blutet in Paris

Ein Flüstern fiel mir in den Schoß
Und führte feinen Klang
Hat viel geredet nichts gesagt
Und fühlte sich gut an

Sie rief mir Worte ins Gesicht
Und hat sich tief verbeugt
Verstand nur ihre Sprache nicht
Ich hab' es nicht bereut

Oh non rien de rien
Oh non je ne regrette rien

Wenn ich ihre Haut verließ
Der Frühling blutet in Paris

In Paris

Wenn ich ihre Haut verließ
Der Frühling blutet in Paris

In Paris

Wenn ich ihre Haut verließ
Der Frühling blutet in Paris


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"Frühling In Paris" as written by Doktor Christian Lorenz Christoph Doom Schneider

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  • +1
    General Commentwell the first thing I actually found out about that song is, the "Oh no, there's nothing at all, Oh no, I regret nothing" part which til sings in french because it's a cover of a french song from Edith Piaf xD

    but I think this song is about a guy who got teached into the "things of love" by a french girl. i don't think that he took her virginity... i thing this translation isn't really correct, but i don't know it better so... yeah xD
    Joker_91on March 29, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthe gets a blowjob from a random girl in Paris?
    metalhasmyballson November 22, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentprobably not, but this IS rammstein.
    metalhasmyballson November 22, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionIn a light dress she came up to me
    I remeber it as if it was today
    I was so young,
    I embarrased myself
    Still, I never regretted it

    She shouted the words in my face
    her tongue strewn with lust
    I didn't understand her voice
    I didn't regret it

    Oh no, there's nothing at all
    Oh no, I regret nothing

    When I left/forsook her skin
    Springtime bleeds in Paris

    I didn't know my body
    It was scared of the sight of it
    She showed it to me by light
    I didn't regret it

    The lips often redeem(ing) and tender
    And they touch for ages/eternally
    If I leave her mouth
    Then I begin to shiver

    She shouted the words in my face
    her tongue strewn with lust
    I didn't understand her voice
    I didn't regret it

    Oh no, there's nothing at all
    Oh no, I regret nothing*

    Oh no, there's nothing at all
    Oh no, I regret nothing

    When I left her skin
    Springtime bleeds in Paris


    A whisper fell into my lap
    And caused a fine tingle/sound
    (It) spoke a lot but said nothing
    And it felt good

    She shouted the words in my face
    And bowed deeply
    I didn't understand her voice
    I didn't regret it

    Oh no, there's nothing at all
    Oh no, I regret nothing*

    When I left/forsook her skin
    Springtime bleeds in Paris

    Tidied up a bit
    Chrissalixon August 23, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningSorry that i'm a hopless romantic. But i simply won't buy the idea of this simply is about the first sex experience.. Ofcause, directly this is about an act of sex. But i believe this is about the first time he is in love.. The french, in a mythical way, have always been a reference to romance and sex. No country does it better than, Le France.. And when he says "When I left her skin, Springtime bleeds in Paris". Metaphorical, this is about his first love, leaving him. Springtime bleeds in Paris - he is very hurted and very sad and, but nevertheless, he wouldn't be without this experience. Perhaps more of you have tried to loose your first real big love-of-your-life, it's certainly not nice.
    Teuzon May 18, 2011   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIt's about a guy taking a girl's virginity...

    When I forsook her skin**
    Spring bleeds in Paris

    Anymore clearer than that and of course, he also could be getting a blow-job, who knows?
    Vicari0uson December 05, 2009   Link

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