Ich sitz' hier schon 'ne ganze halbe Stunde,
ein Gedanke macht im Kopf die ganze Zeit die Runde.
Was schreibt man für 'nen Text in dieser wirren Zeit?
Wozu seid ihr bereit?

Wo krieg ich nur ein kleines bißchen Durchblick her.
Bin kein Leichenzähler und erst recht kein Mutterficker.
Ich bin B. der Bela und bestimmt kein Hausmeister,
und ich red' nur Scheiß daher.

Das ist für jeden hier klar,
denn offenbar bleibt nichts wie es war,
und hat doch etwas Bestand, schmeiß an Deine Wand,
ich meinen Verstand (ich sag Dir eins.)

Man soll nicht meinen,
wieviel Zeit der Mensch drauf verwendet,
möglichst Dinge zu tun, die die Existenz beenden.
Die Evolution ins Knie der Zeit gefickt.
Jau, das ist verrückt.

Die Zeiten sind schlecht, das wißt ihr, das weiß ich,
alles ungerecht, alles langweilig.
Ist Gott 'ne Frau, hat sie mich lieb?
Und Mord war's was sie schrieb.

Mörder sie schrieb (4x)

Das ist für jeden hier klar,
denn offenbar bleibt nichts wie es war,
und hat doch etwas Bestand, schmeiß an Deine Wand,
ich meinen Verstand (ich sag Dir eins.)

Gehirn-Stürm - als Philosoph bin ich nicht ganz firm.
Gehirn-Stürm - ich selbst ein Opfer des Gehirn-Stürm.
Gehirn-Stürm - ich seh' Unheil sich überall türmen.
Gehirn-Stürm - Gehirn-Stürm.

Was eigentlich ist Gehirn-Stürm?

Das ist für jeden hier klar,
denn offenbar bleibt nichts wie es war,
und hat doch etwas Bestand, schmeiß an Deine Wand,
ich meinen Verstand. (4x)

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