Das Ding ging wieder in die Hose
Obwohl ich alle Mittel hab
Was bin ich für ein mieser Frank'n'stein
Ja, mein Vorfahr' dreht sich um in seinem Grahahahahab

Was soll ich tun (was soll er tun)
Ich weiß doch wie es geht (was soll er tun)
Nochmal von vorn (was soll er tun)
Es ist noch nicht zu spät

Es steht doch alles in den Büchern
Und ich habe Mittel wie niemals zuvor (Vor)
Wär' ich doch Astronaut geworden
Ja, dann käm' ich mir nicht so bescheuert vohohohohor

Was soll ich tun (was soll er tun)
Das war jetzt viel zu viel (was soll er tun)
Als Sahnie Nummer 3 (was soll er tun)
Sofort zu Asche zerfiel

Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an

Ich glaub es ist jetzt Zeit zum aufhören
Denn auch Monster Nummer Vier klappte nicht
Ich baute eine Frau zum Zeitvertreib
Doch sie stieß mich Weg den sie war wählerihihihihisch

Was soll ich tun (was soll er tun)
Sie war wie's mir gefällt (was soll er tun)
Doch ich vergaß (was soll er tun?)
Ihr Gehirn war von 'nem Fotomodell

Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an
Ohoho ein neuer Tag bricht an, bricht an

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