Bist Du Fleischermeister, studierst Du Medizin?
Bist Du ein Zugereister oder kommst Du aus Berlin?
Bist Du Dominatrix oder doch eher devot?
Bist Du Pianistin oder Hubschrauberpilot?

Es ist egal, was Du bist.
Hauptsache ist, es macht Dich glücklich!

Es ist egal, was Du bist.
Hauptsache ist, es macht Dich glücklich!

Bist Du süchtig nach Liebe,
oder bist Du Misanthrop?
Bist Du vielleicht ein Model (Sex-Sex-Model),
oder eher ein Zyklop?

Bist Du gern im Schatten,
oder immer tief gebräunt?
Bist Du ein Gourmet?
Bist Du Imbißbudenfreund?

Es ist egal, was Du bist.
Hauptsache ist, es macht Dich glücklich!

Es ist egal, was Du ißt.
Hauptsache ist, es macht Dich dicklich!

Laß Dir bloß keinen Scheiß andrehen!
Das Leben ist schön!

Es ist egal, was Du bist.
Hauptsache ist, es macht Dich glücklich!

Es ist egal, was Du fährst.
Solang' Du noch klärst es hat ein Rücklicht!

Und falls Du mal kein Rücklicht hast,
dann nimm eine Taschenlampe!

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