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unter den Rauch und Nebel eines Dezembernachmittages
haben Sie gesehenes Gehen durch das Dorf
gerade jetzt
schauen Sie heraus nach den Sternen, meine Liebe
drehen Sie nicht Ihren Kopf
es gibt eine Stadt, builded durch keine Hand
sind sie traurig, die nicht Liebe kennen
ein Sturm fährt auf den Tide
gloom
ich bildete ein Versprechen einmal, eins nur
Sturm
in einem alten Raum beleuchtete weich
läßt lang das Sommertageslicht glänzen

 



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