Das kleine Kind, es spielt im Garten
Es kann den Sommer kaum erwarten
Das kleine Kind, es pflückt Blumen,
Und die bringt es seiner Mutter (hallo Mami!)
In die Küche zum dran schnuppern

Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt, Anneliese,
Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt; Anneliese, Anneliese

Im Garten spielt das kleine Mädchen
Es baut zwischen den Blumen für die Ameisen kleine Städtchen
Im Garten spielt das kleine Kind, und seine Haare, die weh'n im Sommerwind

Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt, Anneliese,
Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt; Anneliese, Anneliese

Es pflückt Blumen, und die bringt es seiner Mutter in die Küche

Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt, Anneliese,
Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt; Anneliese, Anneliese

Manchmal denke ich, es wäre schön,
Wenn noch etwas von Anneliese noch in mir wär (smith, smash, smish)
Das ist auch mal so gewesen, doch das ist "verdamp' lang her",
(Verdamp' lang her)

Anneliese, mein Nachbarskind, du bist immer so gut drauf
Ich ess' das Kind von meinem Nachbarn auf

Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt, Anneliese,
Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt; Anneliese, Anneliese

Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt, Anneliese,
Anneliese Schmidt, Anne-Liese Schmidt; Anneliese, Anneliese


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    Oh this thing is so weird. And still it's funny. Oh yes it is. And if you compare "Analyzer Smith" with this song, you're gonna die of laughter.

    Beatsteakon December 29, 2004   Link
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    Is Analyzer Smith by die Ärzte as well?

    paphanon March 29, 2005   Link
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    Analyzer Smith seems to be a direct translation of Anneliese Schmidt. You can find the lyrics here: home.arcor.de/daexz/Songtexte/analyzer_smith.txt

    I just love Anneliese Schmidt. Longing for the innocent child inside him, that somehow got lost. Then turning into a cannibal. Seems to say a lot about stiff adults try to model children according to their own boring image.

    Although I don't think the band really reflected that much while writing the song. Still, one of my favourite.

    Dilettantenschrammelrock at its best!

    Lepra Messiason April 06, 2005   Link
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    yes paphan, analyzer smith is by them, too...

    carla233on February 19, 2006   Link

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