They hug each other tightly
A mixture of flesh so rich these days
Where the sea meets the land
She will tell him the truth

But her words eat the wind
Where the sea ends
She stops shaking her hand
And kisses him on the forehead

She carries the night in the breast
And knows that she must spend
She lays the head in his lap
And asks for a last kiss

And then he kissed her
Where the sea ends
Her lips are weak and pale
And her eyes become wet

And then he kissed her
Where the sea ends
Her lips are weak and pale
And her eyes become wet

And then he kissed her
Where the sea ends
Her lips are weak and pale
And her eyes become wet

The last kiss
Is so long
The last kiss
He no longer remembers


Lyrics submitted by John M

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  • +1
    General Commentthis is definitely the *classiest* rammstein song. a personal favorite. but yeah. no debate here, the chick's dyin' and it sucks. the but, in the end, he no longer remembers implies to me that the last kiss was passionate enough to make him temporarily forget his sorrow. unless this is a bad translation.
    miceymanon June 20, 2003   Link

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