Ihr lieben polizisten
In der BRD
Ich will euch mal was sagen
Hort mal alle her
Ihr seid moderne nazis
Das steht fur uns fest
Drum lasst uns doch in ruhe
Ihr seid schlimmer wie die pest

Bullenschweine bullenschweine
In der ganzen welt
Soldner aller staaten
Schalger fur wenig geld
Verteidigt enern scheisstaat
Wisst selber nicht warum
Die scheiss poltiker fruene sich
Verkaufen euch fur dumm

Polizei SA SS
Polizei SA SS

Jedesmal wenn 'ne demo ist
Gebt ihr uns was drauf
Aber den faschisten
Lasst ihr freien lauf
Baader-meinhof hingerichtet in stammheimer KZ
Polizei SA SS immer hilfsbereit immer nett

Bullenschweine bullenschweine
In der ganzen welt
Soldner aller staaten
Schalger fur wenig geld
Verteidigt enern scheisstaat
Wisst selber nicht warum
Die scheiss poltiker fruene sich
Verkaufen euch fur dumm

Polizei SA SS
Polizei SA SS

Jedesmal wenn 'ne demo ist
Gebt ihr uns was drauf
Aber den faschisten
Lasst ihr freien lauf
Baader-meinhof hingerichtet in stammheimer KZ
Polizei SA SS immer hilfsbereit immer nett

Bullenschweine bullenschweine
In der ganzen welt
Soldner aller staaten
Schalger fur wenig geld
Verteidigt enern scheisstaat
Wisst selber nicht warum
Die scheiss poltiker freuen sich
Verkaufen euch fur dumm

Polizei SA SS


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