Ich schau Dich an,
und Du bist unbeschreiblich schön.
Ich könnte ewig hier sitzen,
und Dich einfach nur ansehen.
Doch plötzlich stehst Du auf,
und Du willst gehen.

Bitte, geh noch nicht.
Ich weiß, es ist schon spät.
Ich will Dir noch was sagen.
Ich weiß nur nicht wie es geht.

Bleib noch ein bißchen hier,
und schau mich nicht so an,
weil ich sonst ganz bestimmt,
überhaupt gar nichts sagen kann.

Ich weiß selber nicht, was los ist,
meine Knie werden weich.
Im Film sieht es so einfach aus.
Jetzt bin ich kreidebleich.
Ich weiß nicht, was ich sagen soll,
mein Gott, jetzt gehst Du gleich.

Bitte, geh noch nicht.
Bleib noch ein bißchen hier.
Ich muß Dir noch was sagen,
nur die Worte fehlen mir.

Bitte, geh noch nicht.
Ich weiß, es ist schon spät
Ich will Dir noch was sagen.
Ich weiß nur nicht wie es geht.

Wie es geht, wie es geht, wie es geht,
wie es geht, wie es geht

Ich dachte immer, daß es leicht wär'.
Ich dachte immer, das ist doch kein Problem.
Jetzt sitz' ich hier wie ein Kaninchen vor der Schlange,
und ich fühl' mich wie gelähmt.

Ich muß es sagen, ich weiß nur noch nicht wie.
Ich muß es Dir sagen, jetzt oder nie.

Bitte, geh noch nicht.
Am besten, gehst Du nie.
Ich hab's Dir schon so oft gesagt,
in meiner Phantasie.

Bleib noch ein bißchen hier.
Bitte, geh noch nicht.
Was ich versuche, Dir zu sagen, ist
"Ich liebe Dich".

Ich weiß nicht, wie es geht,
wie es geht, wie es geht.


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    Ich denke jeder kann oder konnte sich schonmal damit indentifizieren, jeder von uns kommt 100 %ig mal in diese Situation. Man steht vor der Person, die man liebt, möchte seinen Gefühlen freien Lauf lassen, traut sich aber nicht, vielleicht aus purer Angst. Angst, zurückgewiesen udn verletzt zu werden, Angst vor dem, was danach kommt... Man sitzt wie ein Kaninchen vor der Schlange und wünscht sich, dass die ganze Angst verfliegt. Does it work?

    carla233on February 19, 2006   Link
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    this is one of my favorite ärztesongs. i know i posted that many times for a lot of songs - but it's still true. everybody can relate to this song. i love the guitar riff. i think it goes really well with this feeling of anxiety mixed with fearand love and insecurity and... you know what i mean.

    anna_banana3009on July 28, 2006   Link
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    yep this is really an amazing song, from one of the coolest german bands there is, next to the Toten Hosen, i think what its about is pretty self explanatory, but basically its just a really beautiful song

    A_Schebenon May 15, 2007   Link
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    btw the video is pretty cool youtube.com/watch

    A_Schebenon May 15, 2007   Link

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