Wer macht, dass ich nicht mehr alleine bin?
Wer gibt der größten Unordnung den Sinn?
Wo ist der Engel, der mein Leben verschönt?
Das Mädchen, das ich schon so lang ersehnt

Wer hat genau die gleichen Hobbys wie ich?
Wer findet Zwerge-werfen königlich?
Wer ist genau wie ich in mich verliebt?
Ich hab geglaubt, dass es so was nicht gibt

All diese Fragen machen mich verrückt
(Machen ihn verrückt)
Ich hab durch Zufall die Antwort gekriegt

Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)

Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)

Wer braucht Stunden um sich anzumalen?
Für wen muss ich jetzt immer mit bezahlen?
Wer bestimmt das kulturelle Programm?
Wer ist mal Schlange und mal ein zahmes Lamm?

Mir zu befehlen hat niemand geschafft
(Hat niemand geschafft)
Wer würde es wagen? Wer hat die Kraft?

Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)

Wer stützt mich, wenn ich mal betrunken bin?
Und seh' ich schlecht aus, wer guckt nicht genau hin?
Und wenn ich singe, wer behält die Ruh?
Ich geb' die Antwort und die Antwort bist du

Du, die Antwort bist du
Die Antwort bist du
Die Antwort bist du

Du, die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)

Du, die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)

Du, die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)
Die Antwort bist du (die Antwort bist du)


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