Ich bin nicht frei und ich kann nur wahlen
Welche diebe mich besthlen
Welche morder mir befehlen
Ich bin tansendmal verblutet
Und sie haben mich vergeseen
Ich bin tausendmal verhungert
Und sie waren vollgefressen

Im sudern, im osten, im westen, im norden
Es sind uberall die selben die uns ermorden
In jeder stadt und in jedem land
Schreibt die parole an jede wand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Reissen wir die mauern ein die uns trennen
Kommt zusammen leute lernt euch kennen
Ich bin nicht besser als der neben dir
Niemand hat das recht menschen zu regieren

Im sudern, im osten, im norden, im westen
Es sind uberall die selben die uns erpressen
In jeder stadt und in jedem land
Heisst die parole von unserem kampf

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Komm ruber bruder reih dich ein
Komm ruber schwester du bist nicht allein
Komm ruber mutter wir sind auf deiner seite
Komm ruber alter wir wollen das gleiche

Augsburg, Munchen, Stuttgart, Saarbrucken
Es sind uberall dieselben die uns unterdrucken
In jeder stadt und in jedem land
Mach' ne faust aus deiner hand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Wir wollen keine schelf
Wir wollen keine funktionere

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Keine macht
Fur niemand

Keine macht
Fur niemand


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