Ich kenn' da einen Schlagzeuger,
der heißt Bela B.,
und der ist super spitze.

Der Bela ist mein Lieblingsarzt,
das wissen alle schon seit langem.
Der Bela, der ißt vor dem Fernseher,
extra salzige Salzstangen.

Der Bela steht auf Blümchen,
und auf Techno-Musik.
Der Bela macht mit Farin,
einen ewigen Bürgerkrieg.

Und das ist Bela B. (hey, hey),
ja Bela B. (hey, hey),
der ist echt ok (hey, hey).
Bela B. ist ok (ist ok, ist ok).

Dieses Solo war lausig,
es war von Farin U..
Der Farin, der ist blöde,
der hat Blut im Stuhl.

Und der Rod, na ja,
der sieht zwar ganz gut aus,
aber ganz ehrlich von uns Dreien,
ist er die schlimmste Laus.

Drum mag ich Bela B.,
ja ich mag Bela B.,
denn der ist echt ok.
Bela B. ist ok (ist ok, ist ok).

Bela B. (wdh.)

Bela B. ist echt bescheiden!

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