You in the schoolyard
I 'm ready to kill
And nobody here knows of my loneliness
Red welts on the white skin
I 'm hurting you
And you are whimpering loudly
Now you are scared
And I am ready
My black blood
Soils your dress

Your white flesh excites me so
I am just a gigolo
Your white flesh enlightens me

My black blood
your white flesh
I 'm getting more and more
excited by your screams
The sweat of fear
of your white forehead
It is hailing into my sick brain

Your white flesh excites me so
I am just a gigolo
My father was just like me
Your white flesh enlightens me

Now you are scared and I am ready
My sick existence screams for redemption
Your white flesh becomes my scaffold
There is no god in my heaven

Your white flesh excites me so
I am only a gigolo
Your white flesh enlightens me
My father was just like me
Your white flesh excites me so
I am just a gigolo
Your white flesh enlightens - me


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    Definitely about rape.

    THr33_EL3v3non April 03, 2003   Link
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    ok I don't think religion plays a role in this song but it is about a child killer/pediphile, he did say school yard

    LadyMageon December 01, 2004   Link
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    Jager... SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT JEWS!

    dumbass... anyways. it's about a convicted rapist in germany. 'shcarfott (sp?)' means scaffold, yes, but... it refers to a platform used to execute people.

    side note: Jager stop being a racist dick! every topic I've seen you in... sigh

    reprecussionon December 03, 2004   Link
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    its about a black pedaphile raping a white girl from a school yard. As much as rammstein is a fucking awesome band this is a really sick song but still an awesome one

    =Filth=on May 11, 2005   Link
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    ''Your white flesh excites me so ''

    A friend of mine told me the black guys in his state used to love to rape white women . They would watch them and wait until they could drag then into an alley and rape them .They talked about it like it was a sport .

    This song reminds me of that story ..

    NIKKIEon May 11, 2005   Link
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    Oh man I love your way of talking about this song. I m from germany and for most of the german people its just a discussing Song.I never thought about the real meaning of this song until I found this homepage and in my opinion its not necessary or its even better not to understand what R+ is singing about.And because of this song for example R+ got arraigned and the press is talking shit about them or change interviews.So just listen to the great songs without looking to much what it really means ;)

    Exedingson February 07, 2006   Link
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    This song was one of Eric Harris' favourite songs I think. That's why the press is talking shit about Ramms+ein.

    Isa182on August 02, 2006   Link
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    I don't think the person this song is about can really change much about the fact that he's a rapist since he seems certifiably insane. He obviously had a traumatized childhood (his father was just like him) and he doesn't know how to handle his own sexuality.

    I'd say religion sort of plays a role in this song since most religions (like Christianity) don't know how to cope with sexuality so they obviously have no clue about how to deal with such issues as rape. (i.e: quote from a catholic religion teacher: "it's her own fault if a woman gets raped")

    Hogon January 10, 2007   Link
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    its about a dude who knows hes gonna get caught for raping someone. probly a child. its pretty sick. thank god its in german... aber in meinem Himmel gibt es keinen Gott... ahaha

    qooqpoopon May 14, 2007   Link
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    i think this song is about a rapist, but not about a skin colour specific one, i.e. black one as some of you seem to think. the only time the colour black is mentioned is when he refers to the rapists 'black blood' soiling her dress etc. i think this mainly means that the rapists blood is evil and dark and courses through his body thus making him evil and dark 'It is hailing into my sick brain'. also this idea of the blood being evil and dark tie's in with the mention of the father:'My father was just like me'. the fathers blood (who was also a rapist) was passed on too the son. also i think he refers to the young child as 'white flesh' because number one: white is often portrayed as something pure and innocent, and in this song as the opposite of the rapists 'black blood' and number two: flesh is not how you would normally think of a persons body and this shows us how the rapist thinks about the child differently than other people and also the child is refered to as flesh because the flesh (child) is just a medium for the rapist to get what he wants, and what he wants is not just pleasure like his father but redemption for he knows that what he is doing is somehow not right 'My sick existence screams for redemption' and he is trying to use this 'white flesh' as a medium or tool to climb to heaven 'Your white flesh becomes my scaffold' even though he knows that 'There is no god in my heaven'. im not sure what is ment by the last verse though, if anyone has any ideas on it please let me know :D 'I am only a gigolo Your white flesh enlightens me'

    well thats my two cents, hope i didnt bore you all to death :)

    p.s. NIKKIE: im not sure i quite believe your friend's dubius story :S

    thethinker34on July 21, 2007   Link

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