Sonne

  • Eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs,
    Sieben, acht, neun, aus

    Alle warten auf das Licht
    Fürchtet euch fürchtet euch nicht
    Die Sonne scheint mir aus den Augen
    Sie wird heute Nacht nicht untergehen
    Und die Welt zählt laut bis zehn

    Eins
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Zwei
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Drei
    Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
    Vier
    Hier kommt die Sonne

    Die Sonne scheint mir aus den Händen
    Kann verbrennen, kann euch blenden
    Wenn sie aus den Fäusten bricht
    Legt sich heiß auf das Gesicht
    Sie wird heute Nacht nicht untergehen
    Und die Welt zählt laut bis zehn

    Eins
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Zwei
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Drei
    Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
    Vier
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Fünf
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Sechs
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Sieben
    Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
    Acht, neun
    Hier kommt die Sonne

    Die Sonne scheint mir aus den Händen
    Kann verbrennen, kann dich blenden
    Wenn sie aus den Fäusten bricht
    Legt sich heiß auf dein Gesicht
    Legt sich schmerzend auf die Brust
    Das Gleichgewicht wird zum Verlust
    Lässt dich hart zu Boden gehen
    Und die Welt zählt laut bis zehn

    Eins
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Zwei
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Drei
    Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
    Vier
    Und wird nie vom Himmel fallen
    Fünf
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Sechs
    Hier kommt die Sonne
    Sieben
    Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
    Acht, neun
    Hier kommt die Sonne Writer/s: Richard Z. Kruspe, Paul Landers, Till Lindemann, Doktor Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel, Christoph Doom Schneider
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 19

  • Andac Yalcın Kaya from Turkey IstanbulI think most of the Rammstein songs are allegorical.
  • Matt from Gahanna, OhI thought this song was about the Annunaki. If you watch the whole video there is alot of things going on in it that relates to the stories of the Annunaki. Check up on the Annunaki and post what you think. Thanks and peace to all :)
  • Bawa-chan from Distrito Federal, BrazilYay, what they do and think is good for her, only kills more and more.
  • Gemma from Staten Island, Nyif i were ever a wrestler, (eww i'd have to be a diva =___=) i would totally want this as my entrance music... Omg imagine if that actually happened? Some chick coming out on smackdown or raw with this s--t playing in the background. That'd be pretty badass if you ask me :)
  • Janina from Colone, GermanyI think this song is easy to understand when you know why till lindemann made it, or for who...it realy was for one of the Klitschko Brother (boxers). He got a application from Klitschko Management to write this Song. Klitschko didnt like it because it was to dure for him. So what do you do if your client dont want the song...youve got to create an another story about the song....
  • Jon from Fakenham, United Kingdomgreat song but what is the true meaning of the song & why is it always used for SS videos
  • Derek from St. Louis, MoNo crew members of the Enola Gay committed suicide.
  • Steven from Lumberton, Ncto me this is about a girl that he likes, and he is reffering to her as the sun, but he can never have her hence the lyric and she will never fall from the sky
  • Antje from Hamburg, GermanyIt is not Rose McGowan, It is a russian actress named Joulia Stepanova. Great song!
  • Tony from Colorado Springs, CoIn an interview on the "Lichtspielhaus" video, Richard and Till say that they DID want to have a boxer-themed music video for this song.
  • Kai from Neuss, GermanyRammstein songs are difficult to interprete even for germans, just like the way SOAD lyrics can have different meanings for americans. Still, rammstein videos seldom perfectly fit to the lyrics. e.g. rosenrot has a completely different meaning than its video...
  • Adrian from Little Rock, ArI think Rammstein would be happy that people are trying to analyze their songs. In the words of either Till or Flake, "We want people to grapple with our music."
  • Brad from Danville, VaSonne is a great song. Has a true meaning even though a lot misunderstand it. Rammstein always has good interestign lyrics for there songs. The English version is crappy, but the german is awsome.
  • Kc from Bristol, Englandis the snow white Rose McGowan??
  • Marcus from Dinslaken, GermanyThis song was originally meant for the Klitschkos, the Boxer Brothers. It would be played at their walk to the ring, if they took it, but they didn't. Sad thing! :(
  • Ceilidh from London, EnglandThis is a really good song and an amazing video but if we really want to find out what it is about i think the only reliable source is the band themselves, you never know all of these theories could have some truth in them
  • Nick from Truro, Englandfrom a rammstein forum -"the song is actually about a boxer - the thing to remember with rammstein is the videos rarely have anything to do with the songs - thats just how it works"
    dunno if thats true - but it did come from a very reliable fan of the band.

    :|
  • Michail from Stuttgart, United StatesMutter is really about a test tube baby, tust be in me I know, I be knowing them..... Sorry not so good english
  • Lacey from Wvc, UtThis is my favorite rammstein song.
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