Ich hass' nichts mehr, als mich zu verspäten
Die Sonne brennt, und im Auto ist's heiß
Ein Hupkonzert wie von tausend Trompeten
Ich will zu dir, nun steh' ich hier, so 'n Scheiß

Oh! Ich drehe schon seit Stunden
Hier so meine Runden
Es trommeln die Motoren
Es dröhnt in meinen Ohren
Ich finde keinen Parkplatz
Ich komm' zu spät zu dir, mein Schatz
Du sitzt bei Kaffee und Kuchen
Und ich muss weiter suchen

An jeder Ecke stehen Politessen
Lauern wie Panther, zum Sprung bereit
Hier kannst' nicht parken, das kannst du vergessen
Haben alles im Griff, weit und breit

Oh! Ich drehe schon seit Stunden
Hier so meine Runden
Es trommeln die Motoren
Es dröhnt in meinen Ohren
Ich finde keinen Parkplatz
Ich komm zu spät zu dir, mein Schatz
Du sitzt bei Kaffee und Kuchen
Und ich such' hier rum

Auto fängt an zu kochen
Herz an zu pochen
Werde langsam panisch, klitschnass geschwitzt
Es ist nicht zu fassen solche Automassen
Haben die kein Zuhause, ich will zu dir

Oh! Ich drehe schon seit Stunden
Hier so meine Runden
Es trommeln die Motoren
Es dröhnt in meinen Ohren
Ich finde keinen Parkplatz
Ich komm' zu spät zu dir, mein Schatz
Du sitzt bei Kaffee und Kuchen
Und ich such' hier rum

Oh! Ich drehe schon seit Stunden
Hier so meine Runden
Es trommeln die Motoren
Es dröhnt in meinen Ohren
Ich finde keinen Parkplatz
Ich komm' zu spät zu dir, mein Schatz
Du sitzt bei Kaffee und Kuchen
Und ich such' hier rum

Danke James


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