Ich kann nicht mehr sehen
Trau' nicht mehr meinen Augen
Kann kaum noch glauben
Gefühle haben sich gedreht
Ich bin viel zu träge
Um aufzugeben
Es wär' auch zu früh
Weil immer was geht

Wir waren verschworen
Wären füreinander gestorben
Haben den Regen gebogen
Uns Vertrauen geliehen
Wir haben versucht
Auf der Schussfahrt zu wenden
Nichts war zu spät
Aber vieles zu früh

Wir haben uns geschoben
Durch alle Gezeiten
Haben uns verzettelt
Uns verzweifelt geliebt
Wir haben die Wahrheit
So gut es ging verlogen
Es war ein Stück vom Himmel
Dass es dich gibt

Du hast jeden Raum
Mit Sonne geflutet
Hast jeden Verdruss
Ins Gegenteil verkehrt

Nordisch nobel
Deine sanftmütige Güte
Dein unbändiger Stolz
Das Leben ist nicht fair

Den Film getanzt
In einem silbernen Raum
Vom goldenen Balkon
Die Unendlichkeit bestaunt
Heillos versunken, trunken
Und alles war erlaubt
Zusammen im Zeitraffer
Mittsommernachtstraum

Du hast jeden Raum
Mit Sonne geflutet
Hast jeden Verdruss
Ins Gegenteil verkehrt

Nordisch nobel
Deine sanftmütige Güte
Dein unbändiger Stolz
Das Leben ist nicht fair

Dein sicherer Gang
Deine wahren Gedichte
Deine heitere Würde
Dein unerschütterliches Geschick

Du hast der Fügung
Deine Stirn geboten
Hast ihn nie verraten
Deinen Plan vom Glück
Deinen Plan vom Glück

Ich gehe nicht weg
Hab' meine Frist verlängert
Neue Zeitreise
Offene Welt
Habe dich sicher
In meiner Seele
Ich trag' dich bei mir
Bis der Vorhang fällt
Ich trag' dich bei mir
Bis der Vorhang fällt


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    it's about the cancer gronermeyer's wive i wonder what the lyrics exactly mean, anyone?

    Marous91on November 09, 2008   Link

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