Vor lauter Licht, sah´ ich den Engel nicht,
der mir versprach - mein Gott sei tot
Meiner Einsamkeit, die so entstand zu zweit,
bin ich fortan allein´ger Herr

Ich sehe mehr als die Menscheit jemals sah,
ich steh für mehr als ich zuvor es jemals war
aber was du suchst, ist schon lang´ verflucht
siehst Du nicht das Licht?

Ich bin der Träumer und der Traum,
der Schlächter und das Lamm
Ich steh´ für mehr als ich zuvor es jemals war
Ich bin in allem - Alles in mir

Ich bin der Träumer und der Traum,
der Schlächter und das Lamm
Ich steh´ für mehr als ich zuvor es jemals war
Ich bin in allem - Alles in mir


Wenn die Erde bebt
Und Helden fallen
Kann es sein,
daß weisses sich schwarz färbt,
Regen zu Staub wird,
irgendwo ein Kind stirbt
Trotz allem in mir
allem in mir

Ich bin der Träumer und der Traum,
der Schlächter und das Lamm
Ich steh´ für mehr als ich zuvor es jemals war
Ich bin in allem - Alles in mir


War der Engel nur ein dunkler Traum?
Verliert der Himmel nun Zeit & Raum?
Versperrt die Sonne auch die Sicht dir,
ich weiß ich bin in allem - Alles in mir!


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    (rough translation) "In front of the loud light, I did not see the angel it spoke to me - my God was dead my solitary time, it so emerged to [the] second, am I henceforth alone, Lord?

    I see more as a human than I ever saw I stand for more than I ever did before but what you look [for] is already long flattened do you not see the light?

    I am the dreamer and the dream, the butcher and the lamb I stand for more than I ever did before I am in everything - everything in me

    When the ground quakes and heroes fall can it be the white yet black color, rain changes to dust, somewhere a child dies in spite of everything in me everything in me

    Was the angel only a dark dream? Does the sky now loose time and room? the sun also blocks the visibilty for you, I know I am in everything - everything in me!"

    freakishfaeon April 19, 2006   Link

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