spuren im schnee führen an dir vorüber
frostklare winde im mondenschein
endlose stunden voll gläsernem schweigen
wachst du beharrlich in tiefer nacht

bricht dann die stille
zerfließt ein verschlafenes, karges verlangen
leise verweht sich der nebel
endlich voller licht die welt

tiefgrüne wiesen, schattenkühle wälder
blühen in der gunst des sonnenspiels
reifende ähren in wiegendem tanze
flüstern ihre weisen dem winde zu

bricht dann die stille
neuerlich hernieder, mit diesigem hauche...
leise erhebt sich der nebel
schließlich tritt die nacht in die welt

wieder sind da spuren
im schnee bei den bäumen
der mond steht alleine
in kalter nacht

es ist eine stille
ganz tiefe ruhe
allmächtiges schlafen
leise verliert sich das leben
wartet auf den neuen tag

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    ok so the real name of this song is ubers jahr

    bandit8463on March 04, 2003   Link
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    Yeah, Über's Jahr to be exact. Very winter-y.

    raiseyourvoiceon July 30, 2006   Link
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    Such a beautiful song! So peaceful and calm and pretty...

    Tracks in the snow lead past you Clear frosty winds in the moonlight Endless hours filled with glassy silence You keep watch persistently in deepest night

    Then the stillness is broken Flows into sleepy, meagre wanting The mist blows quietly The world is at last full of light

    Deep-green meadows, cool shady woods Blossom under the benevolence of the sun Ripening corn in swaying dances Whisper their wisdom to the wind

    Then the stillness sets in Recently sinking, with hazy breath The mist quietly rises At last night steps onto the world

    The tracks have returned In the snow near the trees The moon stands alone In the cold night

    There is a silence A very deep peace An almighty sleep Life quietly loses itself And waits for the new day

    itiakon April 09, 2007   Link

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