Schrei

Album: Schrei (2005)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about not being in control of your life. Every day you wake up and someone's pulling you somewhere and promising you the world. The song's message: Let the people that are pushing you know that you are in control - Scream 'til you believe it! >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cor - Columbia, SC
  • "Schrei" is German for "Scream." When Tokio Hotel crossed over to America in 2007, they released an album in English with this as the title track.

Comments: 4

  • Katya from A Place, PaI am bisexual and this song tells me to stop letting my parents try to set me up with "cute" guys and to enjoy my girlfriend.
  • Trist'n from Cheyenne/oak Harbor, WaBill Kaulitz mentioned in an interview this was his favorite song to sing in concert.
  • Kiari-* from Arlington, Txthis song totally rocks
  • Nikki from Blackfoot, Idhell yes im incontrol!!
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