Halte jetzt die Fackel
An mein Gesicht
Ein Vogel gleitet ubers Wasser
Doch er sieht mich nicht
Mein Schiff ist langst gesunken
Ich bin am ertrinken
Ich kenne so viele Hilfeschreie
Doch kein Schiff in Sicht
Nur verlorene Stunden
Nur verlorene Tage
Verloren wenn wir sterben
Verloren an was?
Doch ich lebe
Ich lebe immer noch
Ich lebe
Als eine Luge
Und die Liebe
Eine Illusion
Do tanzt I'm Licht der Zeit
Do tanzt in Eitelkeit
Eine leere Flasche
Und ich sterbe vor Durst
Keine Kerze hat mehr Feuer
Doch mein Herz verbrennt
Ich whore den Schrei eines Babies
Luge I'm ersten Atemzug
Asche zu Asche - Staub zu Staub
Der sunde sei vergeben
Blind vor Wut - Blind vor Schmerz
Taub aus Liebe - Stumm vor Angst
Kann ich mich nicht mehr halten
Verliere den Verstand
Ich kenne nicht deine Stimme -
Kann dich ja nicht verstehen
Weiss nicht mal wie do aussiehst -
Habe dich ja nie gesehen
Kann nicht mal zu dir sprechen -
Nicht mal diesen Satz:
Ich liebe Dich!
Ich verfluche die Erinnerung und schicke
Sie weit fort
Sie legt sich in mein Grab und warmt
Fur mich den Sarg
Gemalte Bilder schmeicheln nur
Denn wer malt schon was so Hasslich ist?



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    I love this but only wish I knew the language so I could understand it.

    lithiumx11on August 26, 2007   Link

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