Gestern noch Tränen und Trümmer im Herz
Seele erfroren und Einsamkeitsschmerz
Das ist vorbei, Amore Amore
Zärtlich der Morgen, die Hand, die mich hält
Es ist wie in einer anderen Welt
Ich bin noch einmal geboren
Amore Amore

Aus einem Tal, das die Sonne nie fand
Führtest du mich in ein schöneres Land
Überall Blumen und Licht, Amore Amore
Wärme und Zärtlichkeit fand ich bei dir
Worte, die streicheln, du sagtest sie mir
Ich trank sie wie kühlen Wein
Amore Amore

Es war ein Abend wie viele vorher
Müde vom Wein und den Liedern am Meer
Wollte ich gehen, da sagtest du leise
„Bleib noch ein bisschen und höre mir zu
Ich bin hier auch so alleine wie du“
Da spürte ich es sofort
Amore Amore

Aus einem Tal, das die Sonne nie fand
Führtest du mich in ein schöneres Land
Überall Blumen und Licht, Amore Amore
Wärme und Zärtlichkeit fand ich bei dir
Worte, die streicheln, du sagtest sie mir
Ich trank sie wie kühlen Wein
Amore Amore

Alles ist anders, seitdem es dich gibt
Ich weiß, ich hab' niemals vorher geliebt
Und nie gelebt, Amore Amore
Meine Welt dreht sich nur noch um dich

Aus einem Tal, das die Sonne nie fand
Führtest du mich in ein schöneres Land
Überall Blumen und Licht, Amore Amore
Wärme und Zärtlichkeit fand ich bei dir
Worte, die streicheln, du sagtest sie mir
Ich trank sie wie kühlen Wein
Amore Amore


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