Bück Dich

Album: Sehnsucht (1997)

Songfacts®:

  • The song is about anal sex. Lead singer Till Lindemann sings that the so called "two-legger's" face doesn't matter to him and commands the person to bend over ("Bück Dich"). >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jonas - Rødovre, Denmark

Comments: 1

  • Willie from Scottsdale, AzThe familiar chorus of the song, roughly translated is, "Bend over, I command you/ Turn your face (more accurately countenance) away from me/ Your face is not important to me/ Bend over
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