Man nennt mich Bruder Friedlich, und ich sage euch:
"Nur wer liebt, kann auch geliebt werden!"

Man nennt mich Jesus Christus, und ich sage euch:
"Nur wer knallt, kann auch geknallt werden!"

Ich schaue in den Himmel
Der Himmel ist grau
Aber bald ist er wieder blau

Dann haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft
Dann haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft

Bald sind wir alle Brüder und Schwestern
Dann gibt es kein morgen mehr
Sondern nur noch gestern

Dann haben wir's geschafft,
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Dann haben wir's geschafft,
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Heute ist Frau so grenzenlos prüde
Die weißen Tauben, Baby yeah-yeah-yeah
Sie sind müde

Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft
Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft

Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft
Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft

Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft
Bald haben wir's geschafft,
Ewige Blumenkraft

Ewige Blumenkraft
Ewige Blumenkraft
Ewige Blumenkraft


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