Rammstein Moskau lyric with English translation

Eta pesna o samom prekrasnom 
gorode v mire MOSKVA

Diese Stadt ist eine Dirne,
hat rote Flecken auf der Stirn,
ihre Zähne sind aus Gold,
sie ist fett und doch so hold,
ihr Mund fällt mir zu Tale
wenn ich sie dafür bezahle,
Sie zieht sich aus,
doch nur für Geld,
die Stadt, die mich in Atem hält

Moskau!
(Raz dva tri)
Moskau!
(Posmotri)
(Pioneri tam idyt,
Pesni leniny pout)

Sie ist alt und trotzdem schön,
ich kann ihr nicht wiederstehen, (Nemogy Ystoyat)
pudert sich die alte Haut,
hat sich die Brüste neu gebaut, (po strou odna)
sie macht mir geil,
ich leide qualend,
sie tanzt für mich,
ich muss bezahlen, (ya dolzen platit)
sie schläft mit mir,
doch nur für Geld,
ist doch die schönste Stadt der Welt

Moskau!
(Raz dva tri)
Moskau!
(Posmotri)
(Pioneri tam idyt,
Pesni leniny pout)

Moskau!
(Raz dva tri)
Moskau!
(Posmotri)
(Pioneri tam idyt,
Pesni leniny pout)

Raz dva tri

Ich sehe was,
was du nicht siehst
(Kogda ti nochiu krepko spish)

Ich sehe was,
was du nicht siehst
(Kogda ti predo mnoi legish)

Ich sehe was,
was du nicht siehst
(Kogda so mnou govorish)

Ich sehe was,
das siehst du nie
Raz dva tri

Moskau!
(Raz dva tri)
Moskau!
(Posmotri)
(Pioneri tam idyt, Pesni leniny pout)
This song is about the most beautiful
city in the world. Moscow!

This city is a prostitute
She has red spots on her forehead
Her teeth are made of gold
She's fat and yet so lovely
Her mouth falls to my valley
when I pay her for it
She takes off her clothes but only for money
The city that keeps me in suspense

Moscow
One, two, three!
Moscow
Look!
Pioneers are walking around there,
singing songs to Lenin.

She is old and nevertheless beautiful
I can't resist her
I can't resist
She powders her old skin
and has gotten her breasts rebuilt
rebuilt
She makes me horny I suffer torment
She dances for me I have to pay
I have to pay
She sleeps with me but only for money
It's still the most beautiful city in the world

Moscow
One, two, three!
Moscow
Look!
Pioneers are walking around there,
singing songs to Lenin.

Moscow
One, two, three!
Moscow
Look!
Pioneers are walking around there,
singing songs to Lenin.

I see something, 
that you don't see
When you close your eyes
When you sleep deeply in the night

I see something,
that you don't see
When you kneel before me
When you lie before me

I see something 
that you don't see
When you talk to me

When you talk to me
I see something, that you'll never see
One, two, three!

Moscow
One, two, three!
Moscow
Look!
Pioneers are walking around there,
singing songs to Lenin.

Rumored to have originally been intended as a duet with Yulia Volkova of Russian pop duo t.A.T.u., it instead features the vocals of Viktoria Fersh, whose voice bears a strong resemblance to Volkova’s. The song refers to the Russian capital of Moscow and features two perspectives on the city: its beauty and culture, and the undercurrents of corruption and prostitution.