Ich wurde als Tier geboren
Aber ich kann mich nicht erinnern
Ich bin anders geworden

Es macht Spaß, Spaß zu haben
I'm Wahnsinn
Liebe, Vorsicht, wir werden leiden

Der Frühling kommt
Sieh die Sonne, wunderbar
Eine Melodie galoppiert durch den Kopf

Das Radio klebend am Ohr
Ich explodier'
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Ich fühl' mich schön wie der Lastwagen
In dem ich liege
Ich flippe aus
Ich bin glücklich wie ein Fisch
Und ich explodiere I'm Senegal
Wenn ich höre
Blondie Elvis Presley die Bee Gees
Und die Musik, in einem Sinn stark
Wirklich schwebend

Champs Elysées, ich spaziere
Flirte relaxed
Keep cool, geil, whao doo whao
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In meiner Karre
Wirklich bizarr
Zieh ich einmal an meiner Zigarre
Welch ein Genuß!
Und ich gehe
Zu meinen Freunden und Freundinnen
Um zu fragen
Ob's ihnen gut geht in ihren Blue Jeans
Liebe Vorsicht
Um dem Jungen
Zuzuhören, der wie ein Gott singt
Und die Mädchen zu küssen auf die Augen
Und auf die...
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