Rammstein Führe mich lyric with English translation

Du bist mir ans Herz gewachsen
Wenn ich blute hast du Schmerzen
Wir müssen uns kennen
Ein Körper, zwei Namen
Nichts kann uns trennen
Ein Zweilaib im Samen

Wenn du weinst, geht es mir gut
Die Hand deiner Angst, füttert mein Blut

Führe mich, halte mich
Ich fühle dich, ich verlass Dich nicht

Du bist mir ans Herz gebaut
Zwei Seelen spannen eine Haut
Und wenn ich rede bist du still
Du stirbst wenn ich es will

Wenn du weinst schenke ich dir
Kinder der Angst, Tränen von mir

Führe mich, halte mich
Ich fühle dich, ich verlass Dich nicht

Zwei Bilder nur ein Rahmen
Ein Körper doch zwei Namen
Zwei Dochte eine Kerze
Zwei Seelen in einem Herzen

Führe mich, halte mich
Ich führe dich, ich verlass Dich nicht

Lyric © Rammstein
You have grown in my heart
When I bleed you have pains
We must know ourselves
One body, two names
Nothing can disunite us
A twinbody in semen

If you cry, it’s okay with me
The hand of your fear, feeds my blood

Lead me, hold me
I feel you, I won’t abandon you

You are constructed at my heart
Two souls span one skin
And when I speak you are silent
You die when I want

When you cry, I give to you
Children of fear, tears from me

Lead me, hold me
I feel you, I won’t abandon you

Two pictures, only one frame
One body, yet two names
Two wicks, one candle
Two souls in one heart

Lead me, hold me
I lead you, I won’t abandon you

Translation © Affenknecht.com

Submitted by EinHeisserSchrei

70 COMMENTS

  1. I’m not sure I understand the symbolism (which of course they would say is not there…) a split personality maybe?

  2. I’m listening to the cd while I’m reading the words. Do you know that in a few places Till is not saying the same thing as the background words. In two places Till says “Verlass mich nicht” “Don’t Leave Me” before the background singer(s) say “Ich verlass dich nicht” “I won’t leave you.”

  3. I just happened to finish reading the book Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse. I recommend this excellent novel on its own account, but it also happens to explain this song perfectly. In the mean time one can search the title on the net and get a good synopsis of it. It’s not about ‘split personality’ but rather just an aspect, a strong and possibly dangerous one, of this everyday man that he feared because he wasn’t sure what it was about. He referred to it as der Steppenwolf (‘steppes wolf’ or lone wolf). At various times he would gather strength to let the wolf lead him (Führe mich- lead me)and even argue with it.

  4. I think the song is about siamese twins that can’t be separatet.

    “Two pictures, only one frame
    One body, yet two names”

  5. This song makes me think of Edward Mordrake. Don’t really think that’s what the song’s about, but the sinister lyrics and sonic atmosphere bring him to mind.

    I figure Edward Mordrake’s story could have been the inspiration for this, though. It explains the physical nature of the song’s conflicted persona.

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