Du Hast (English Lyrics) Lyrics - Rammstein



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Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du.
du hast
du hast mich
du hast mich
du hast mich gefragt
du hast mich gefragt
du hast mich gefragt, und ich hab nichts gesagt

Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet
treu ihr sein für alle Tage

Nein
Nein

Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet
treu ihr sein für alle Tage

Nein
Nein

Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du
du hast
du hast mich

Du
du hast
du hast mich
du hast mich
du hast mich gefragt
du hast mich gefragt
du hast mich gefragt, und ich hab nichts gesagt

Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet
treu ihr sein für alle Tage

Nein
Nein

Willst du bis zum Tod, der scheide
sie lieben auch in schlechten Tagen

Nein
Nein

Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet
treu ihr sein...

Nein
Nein





you
you
you got me

you
you
you got me

you
you
you got me

you
you
you got me

You.
you
you got me
you got me
you asked me
you asked me
You asked me, and I did not say anything

Will you until death do you part
be faithful to her for all days

No
No

Will you until death do you part
be faithful to her for all days

No
No

you
you
you got me

you
you
you got me

you
you
you got me
you got me
you asked me
you asked me
You asked me, and I did not say anything

Will you until death do you part
be faithful to her for all days

No
No

Want to death, the distinction
love them even in bad days

No
No

Will you until death do you part
be faithful to you...

No
No





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duhass | Reviewer: mikem | 3/29/14

excellent song reminding me of nineties hard stuff,it translates to squanderind randifulious persapicacious reeling, or semofluous jamberwoggy. pretty much sums it up.by the way,i don't like canned ravioli

Lyric Debate | Reviewer: Madison | 2/24/14

I speak German, and these lyrics ARE translated wrong, but it isn't a huge deal. Basically, "du hast" means "you have," and "du hasst" means "you hate." It's so hard to differentiate between the two because that sound doesn't translate to English. But, since in the English version of the song they sang you hate (du hasst) I just go by that. Just because the lyrics are a bit wrong doesn't mean it's the end of the world guys. Calm down.

skank | Reviewer: jayson skank | 1/6/14

I write and play music and studied english in college. Many songs i dont know or pay attention to the lyrics for years until I decide that I want to know what the artist is saying. If it sounds good I listen I don't care if the artist is talking about goose down pillows or tire tread. Its music.

Rammstein Bitch | Reviewer: I'm not fucking giving it here sorry | 12/8/13

Look, Rammstein is a band that has songs that are about beautiful things, but write darker things because its both expected and because they like too. Also, for the kid who was talking big; it's not metal, it's Industrial mainly. It's German Industrial. Listen, darker lyrics are just a part of serious down to earth music, Christian and non Christian bands alike do it. If you don't like it go away and leave the rest of us alone because your just really annoying and if we're listening to this chanes are

Hast or Hasst? | Reviewer: ramonepunk1hass or | 10/14/13

who gives a flying one??? would you ask bob dylan or bb king what the larics ment? best top ten songs on earth that touches the hrearts of so many, the videos are killer too. look at this man on fire and talk about the double s out side the shaking building rocked with all ages....

Interesting but... | Reviewer: Mariya | 10/6/13

I have heard this song long time ago and decided to look at its text. I was a little shocked bacause thought that the text is smart at least. Finnally, text is so short and "says nothing special". Unfortunatelly!

Great, angry honest words. | Reviewer: Corey Davis | 9/3/13

I love Rammstein because not everything in life is so false Christian and so wonderful. anger is here like it or not and this puts it in a positive, therapy role. I am giving my name unlike some other cowards who are nameless and therefore without credibility. Hell, even nazis at least showed their faces and gave their names. Not that I am calling Rammstein nazis!!... Rock on!!... Corey Davis

And I think... | Reviewer: Holger Pils | 8/20/13

I studied German for nearly 8 years, from my Freshman year of High School into my Senior year of college. I think the song has double meaning, to be honest, and I think the author of the song meant for that to happen. It's a play on words. All I know is that when it first starts, it's obviously mid-90's German metal/industrial music, and it's Rammstein, for Chrissakes! So that puts it in a certain mood, so to speak. So when I hear the first two lines start in, I didn't hear "Du. Du HAST. Du hast mich" which would mean "You. You have. You have me." I heard "Du. Du HASST. Du hasst mich", or "You. You HATE. You hate me". Even "you have me" is pretty METAL! Both "you hate me" and "you have me" fit the mood of the music, but the next line reveals the true answer, and it's pretty simple German grammar, folks, and German grammar isn't much different from English grammar. The word after "hast/hasst" is "gefragt": "hast gefragt" or past participle "have asked".

That said, I've seen many people on here say the same thing, that it's a play on words; glad I wasn't the only one who felt the play on words. Irreunreantidisirregardless, Rammstein's pretty bad-ass, and so is this song, and the lyrics probably had the exact intent the author meant: to invoke feeling, and thought. And in this case, conversation!

Idiotic Convo end | Reviewer: I.Lindsey | 8/1/13

Okay, morons. It's not that hard to check. A.) a lot of us have relatives that speak High (and low) German, Dutch, and Pennsylvania Dutch...also, there is such a thing as a German dictionary (free online)...du hast (one s) means "you have", du hass(two s's) means "you hate"...also, for the "music teacher/band fag", if you really are a teacher/lover of music, you should understand that music can/does/should express ALL emotions, including anger, cynicism, and humor. If you don't like it, DON'T LISTEN, but don't hate on it. You small minded moron.

Review of above text dor DU | Reviewer: Marion Quin | 7/27/13

I have found it very difficult to translate from one language to another, there are hidden meanings which cannot be translated from the original text. Choose your own meaning, but the performance by David Hasselhoff is excellent. He is much loved.
I speak High German taught to me by my mother.

MQ

Opinions | Reviewer: Rammstein.fan | 7/18/13

Come on people, why is everyone fighting over something as little as lyrics, they're just words to a song, you may like the song, but do you really have to defend it like your life depends on it? Just know that everyone has their own opinion and i guess it should stay that way but arguing because of it? Only fools would...

guys chill out | Reviewer: Mallory | 7/3/13

guys why are you arguing? it doesn't really matter what it means. i'm an 11 year old kid and i don't really care what they're saying. i just ask my mom to translate for me. She told me they say " You. You hate. You hate me. You hate me you said" and then 'nien' means 'no'. just listen to then song. it's just German metal.

I think you're mistaken, anonymous hate reviewer. | Reviewer: Robert | 6/21/13

Despite your clear attempt to shun the listeners of this band, it must be said that we simply do not care, we will listen to the music that we like, and you shall listen to yours.

The way that you hide under anonymity to hate on people's choices of music is extremely sad, i can assure you, that is most definitely a coward's route.

Now, isn't that much more grown up than your, 50+ years?

I'm 15, feel ashamed of your immaturity.


Whichever it is, you have or you hate, the song still makes sense, but if Rammstein sung you hate in English, then i would say that is the literal translation that is to be used

Everything you need to know | Reviewer: tranc3rooney | 6/12/13

I hate it when people think they know about rammstein and then they fail... I feel ashamed myself... I don't have time to explain it all but i found a good explanation on all this so i'll just copy-paste it....:


There are two versions of the song: the original version completely in German, and a second version partially in English (Found on special editions of the Sehnsucht album). In the second version, the first chorus and the verses are in English and the last chorus is in German. The lyrics to the English version are not a direct translation from the German due to the use of a homophone between the German verbs haben (to have), and, hassen (to hate), in the original song. When conjugated in the second person singular form (i.e. "you"), the verbs haben and hassen become respectively hast and hasst. There is no phonetic difference between these two words. Due to the translational impossibility of retaining the homophone in English, the English version was changed from Du hast, meaning "you have," to Du hasst, meaning "you hate."

This band sucks and lacks enlightenment-PERIOD | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/1/13

Despite those who like vomit sounding language thats full of hate, violence and stupidity this band ahold stick to something else.
They're the worst sounding, least musical most hateful nonsense sound I've every heard. There's nothing redeeming about them. Andmive been Ina. Band for,40"years since I was 10"years old. I also teach music to this day.
It's actually a sad reflection on the human species that this band actually found a human audience. Its a tragic consequence of today's social reality.


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