Rammstein - Sonne (English translation)

English translation

Sun

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1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,out
 
All wait for the light
You fear, do not be afraid
The sun shines out of my eyes
It will not go down tonight
And the world counts loudly to 10
 
One, here comes the sun
Two, here comes the sun
Three, it is the brightest of all stars
Four, here comes the sun
 
The sun shines out of my hands
It can burn, can blind you
If it breaks from the fist
it lays hot on the face
It will not go down tonight
And the world counts loudly to 10
 
One, here comes the sun
Two, here comes the sun
Three, it is the brightest of all stars
Four, here comes the sun
Five, here comes the sun
Six, here comes the sun
Seven, it is the brightest of all stars
Eight, here comes the sun
 
The sun shines out of my hands
It can burn, can blind you
If it breaks from the fist
it lays hot on the face
it lays painful on the chest
The balance gets lost
It lets you go hard to the ground
And the world counts loudly to ten
 
One, here comes the sun
Two, here comes the sun
Three, it is the brightest of all stars
Four, and will never fall from the sky
Five, here comes the sun
Six, here comes the sun
Seven, it is the brightest of all stars
Eight, here comes the sun
 
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Sonne

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olechka1704    Sun, 23/05/2010 - 19:52

great translation, really good thanx a lot

George Vassilev    Sat, 20/05/2017 - 00:28

Last row:

Eight, *nine*, here comes the sun

notmarblesoda    Fri, 25/05/2018 - 00:41

Awesome job! Just a question, though. During the song and in the original German I saw 'Sie' in place of 'Es'. Wouldn't this traslate as 'She' in English?

notmarblesoda    Fri, 25/05/2018 - 00:41

Awesome job! Just a question, though. During the song and in the original German I saw 'Sie' in place of 'Es'. Wouldn't this traslate as 'She' in English?

notmarblesoda    Fri, 25/05/2018 - 00:41

Awesome job! Just a question, though. During the song and in the original German I saw 'Sie' in place of 'Es'. Wouldn't this traslate as 'She' in English?