"Golden Shower" as written by and Till Lindemann Peter Taegtgren....
Please stand up and spread your legs
I lay me down, look up, it shakes
Let me eat your shame
Let me sip champagne
Let cry your pinky flower
Give me, give me golden shower

Let it rain, don't be blunt
Let it rain, what a stunt
Let it rain, make me grunt
Let it rain from your pretty cunt

Golden shower, don't be shy, cunt
Golden shower, let it fly from your pretty cunt
Golden shower, golden sweat, cunt
Golden shower, make it wet, let it shed

Please stand up, pink hairy sky
I creep down and wait, wait for you to cry
Let me sip again
Give me more champagne
Be my human Eiffel tower
Give me, give me golden shower

Let it rain, don't be blunt
Let it rain, what a stunt
Let it rain, make me grunt
Let it rain from your pretty cunt

Golden shower, don't be shy, cunt
Golden shower, let it fly from your pretty cunt
Golden shower, golden sweat, cunt
Golden shower, make it wet, let it shed

Fresh kisses flowing from your hips
And it seems like fairies flying
Moist and tender eyes and lips
And it feels like angels crying
Cunt!

Golden shower, don't be shy, cunt
Golden shower, let it fly from your pretty cunt
Golden shower, golden sweat, cunt
Golden shower, make it wet, let it shed


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"Golden Shower" as written by Till Lindemann Peter Taegtgren

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    My InterpretationI think it is pretty obvious what this song is about from the title and lyrics. But for those of you unaware a "golden shower" is a sexual preference for urination (usually on to someone else).

    The lyrics do not hide from this meaning, and go as far to suggest that the excitement not only involves a woman urinating on them, but them also tasting their urination.

    Each to their own!
    sokornyon March 10, 2016   Link

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