"Kreuzberg" as written by and Kele/lissack Okereke....
There is a wall that runs right through me
Just like the city, I will never be joined
What is this love? Why can I never hold it?
Did it really run out in the strangers' bedrooms?

I
I have decided
At twenty-five
Something must change

Saturday night in East Berlin
We took the U-Bahn to the East Side Gallery
I was sure I'd found love with this one lying with me
Crying again in the old bahnhof

I
I have decided
At twenty-five
That something must change

After sex
The bitter taste
Been fooled again
The search continues


Lyrics submitted by Neilrd

"Kreuzberg" as written by Gordon Moakes Russell Lissack

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    General Commentthis wonderful song focusses the feeling to be a half (the wall splits the city), being on the search but without success... trying to find the other part ...but... you are still alone!
    Holgeron December 08, 2006   Link

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