Uwe meint, was zählt ist Geist,
nicht die äußere Erscheinung.
Gabi ist da wie so oft,
selbstverständlich anderer Meinung.
Manche mögen ihre Parkas.
Viele lieben langes Jahr.
Gabi trägt gern enge Röcke.
Uwe schwört auf FKK.

Gabi geht zu Uwe, gibt ihm einen heißen Tip:

Was ist in (was ist in?) und was ist out (was ist out?)?
Denke nach, denn das ist wichtig!
Wenn Dich keiner (keine Sau) mehr anschaut,
machst Du irgendwas nicht richtig (machst Du irgendwas verkehrt).

Uwe meint so richtig wichtig,
ist der eigene Geschmack.
Gabi geht dies Rumgesülze tierisch auf den Keks.
Trotzdem gibt sie heimlich zu,
irgendwo hat Uwe recht,
und ab und zu ein nackter Mann,
ist natürlich auch nicht schlecht.

Gabi geht zu Uwe, gibt ihm einen heißen Tip, und sie sagt:

Was ist in (was ist in?) und was ist out (was ist out?)?
Denke nach, denn es ist wichtig!
Wenn Dich keiner (keine Sau) mehr anschaut,
machst Du irgendwas nicht richtig (machst Du irgendwas verkehrt).
(Dann hast Du ein ziemliches Problem)

Uwe hat sich nur für Gabi seine Haare glatt gekämmt.
Dafür schenkt ihm Gabi, glücklich, ein teures Designer-Hemd.

Uwe schraubt das schöne Hemd voller langer Killernieten.
Auf der Party liest ihm Gabi dafür furchtbar die Leviten.
"Gut", denkt Uwe, zieht sich aus, "Dann gehe ich eben oben ohne,
und wenn Gabi das nicht paßt, dann gehe ich eben mit Simone."
Reumütig sagt Gabi: "Ich lieb' Dich wie Du bist."
(Woraus man klar erkennen kann, sie liebt ihn wie er ist)

Was ist in (was ist in?) und was ist out (was ist out ?)?
Die Frage ist doch falsch gestellt.
Denn wirklich "in" für alle Zeit,
sind Liebe und Frieden auf der Welt.

Sind Liebe und Frieden auf der Welt (6x)

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