Heirate Mich

Album: Herzeleid (1996)


  • This song is about a man whose wife's death cost him his sanity, and now he steals her corpse from the graveyard. The chorus and song title means "Marry Me" in German. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jonas - Rødovre, Denmark

Comments: 1

  • Alex from Germanyalso the first syllable of the refrain is every time spoken three times , "Hei-, Hei-, Hei-, which was interpreted by some critics as "Hail, Hail, hail!", whereupon Rammstein were often presented without further evidence and contrary to their own statement as a right-wing or National Socialist.

    Which they are definitely not.
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