Ich habe eine Sehnsucht, nach der nächsten Katastrophe,
denn wenn wir gemeinsam leiden, fällt dieses unbehagen ab.
Der Zufall ließ uns weiter leben, der Überdruss ging vor der Angst,
ließ uns einander fest umklammern und hoffen, für den nächsten Tag.

Mach aus den Städten Schutt und Asche, ich will nie wieder Sonnenschein,
ein Menschenleben weg genügt nicht, es müssen Gottesleben sein.
Ich will die Kinder weinen hören, die Mütter einsam fleh'n am Grab –
und keine Vögel soll'n mehr singen, nur unsere Melodien erklingen.

Alles renkt sich wieder ein, irgendwann geht das vorbei.
Der Schmerz tut weh und es wird besser, nur durch uns're Melodie.
Lass den Kopf nicht hängen sweetheart, es wird alles wieder schön,
halt die Ohren steif my darling und unser Glück wird in erfüllung gehn.

Während die Feigen Tode suchen, der Knechtschaft Qualen wolln entgehn,
sich ängstlich in den Abgrund stoßen, wird unsre Melodie bestehn.
Wir überwinden jede Hölle, ob Hagel, Blitze, Feuer, Glut.
Verwandeln klägliches Gesänge, in Harmonie und neuen Mut.

Alles renkt sich wieder ein, irgendwann geht das vorbei.
Der Schmerz tut weh und es wird besser, nur durch uns're Melodie.
Lass den Kopf nicht hängen sweetheart, es wird alles wieder schön,
halt die Ohren steif my darling und unser Glück wird in erfüllung gehn.

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