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Deutschland (English translation)

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Germany

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You (you have, you have, you have, you have)
Have cried a lot (cried, cried, cried, cried)
Separated in spirit (separated, separated, separated, separated)
United in heart (united, united, united, united)
We (we are, we are, we are, we are)
Have been together for so long (you are, you are, you are, you are)
Your breath cold (so cold, so cold, so cold, so cold)
Your heart in flames (so hot, so hot, so hot, so hot)
You (you can, you can, you can, you can)
I (I know, I know, I know, I know)
We (we are, we are, we are, we are)
You1 (you stay, you stay, you stay, you stay)
 
Germany – my heart in flames
Wants to love you and to damn you
Germany – your breath cold
So young, and yet so old
Germany!
 
I (you have, you have, you have, you have)
I never want to leave you (you cry, you cry, you cry, you cry)
One can love you (you love, you love, you love, you love)
And want to hate you (you hate, you hate, you hate, you hate)
Overbearing, superior
Takeover, surrender
Surprise, ambush
Germany, Germany above all
 
Germany – my heart in flames
Wants to love you and to damn you
Germany – your breath cold
So young, and yet so old
Germany – your love
Is a curse and blessing
Germany – my love
I can not give you
Germany!
Germany!
 
You
I
We
You
You (overpowering, superfluous)
Me (Superman, weary)
We (who climbs high, he will fall deep)
You (Germany, Germany above all)
 
Germany – your heart in flames
Wants to love you and to damn you
Germany – my breath cold
So young, and yet so old
Germany – your love
Is a curse and blessing
Germany – my love
I can not give you
Germany!
 
  • 1. Ihr = you all, like 'ya'll'
Submitted by NecaboNecabo on Thu, 28/03/2019 - 18:51
Last edited by NecaboNecabo on Sun, 31/03/2019 - 00:06
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