Ich frage mich, wie wird der Winter sein
wenn ich den Frühling niemals sehen werde
Ich frage mich, wie wird die Nacht sein
wenn ich den Tag niemals sehen werde
Ich frage mich, wie wird das Leben sein
wenn ich das Licht niemals sehen werde
Ich frage mich, wie wird das Leben sein
wenn der Schmerz endlos währt

In jeder Nacht ist das Schwarz anders
in jeder Nacht wünsche ich mir die Zeit zurück,
in der ich durch die alten Wälder ritt

In jedem Winter ist die Kälte anders
in jedem Winter fühle ich mich so alt
so alt wie die Nacht
so alt wie die furchtbare Kälte

Ich frage mich, wie wird das Leben sein
wenn ich den Tod niemals sehen werde
Ich frage mich, wieso muss das Leben
ein Leiben sein, das ewig währt
Ich frage mich, wie wird das Leben sein
wenn ich den Tod niemals sehen werde
Ich frage mich, wieso muss das Leben
ein Leiben sein, das ewig währt


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    The first two lines of this song greatly remind me of part of a song in The Fellowship of the Ring, that Bilbo sings in Rivendell:

    I sit beside the fire and think, Of how the world will be, When winter comes without a spring, That I shall never see.

    I think this song could possibly be inspired by that song in the book.

    etnies419on January 10, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    I wonder how winter will be With a spring that I shall never see I wonder how night will be With a day that I shall never see I wonder how life will be With a light that I shall never see I wonder how life will be With a pain that lasts eternally In every night there's a different black In every night I wish that I was back To the time when I rode Through the forests of old In every winter there's a different cold In every winter I feel so old So very old as the night So very old as the dreadful cold I wonder how life will be With a death that I shall never see I wonder why life must be A life that lasts eternally I wonder how life will be With a death that I shall never see I wonder why life must be A life that lasts eternally

    RecoveringPainon November 27, 2008   Link
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    could be a song about a vampire i strongy belive that but it is hard to understand for me and i dont belive that varg sings about vampires!

    Gothangle...on August 25, 2005   Link

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