Du Hast (English Version)

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8 thoughts on “ Du Hast (English Version)

  1. Nibei Reply
    Rammstein - Du hast (English Translation) Lyrics: You, you have, you have me / You, you have, you have me / You, you have, you have me / You, you have, you have me.
  2. Mijas Reply
    Translation of 'Du hast' by Rammstein from German to English. No that's not true. Du hast = You got Du hast mich = You got me. Willst du, bis der Tod euch scheidet, = Would you, until Death Do Us Apart.
  3. Kagajar Reply
    The misconception is by media at large. I have both the German version and the English version of "Du Hast" (Du Hasst), the song explicitly states in clear English on the English version "You Hate Me", and when further listening is done, the entire song is speaking of 1st person rebelling against oppression of 2nd person whom is target of the word "du" (you - as .
  4. Vulkree Reply
    rows · Watch the video for Du hast (English version) from Rammstein's Totes Fleisch .
  5. Kektilar Reply
    Mar 29,  · English translation of lyrics for Du Hast by Rammstein. Du Du hast Du hast mich Du Du hast Du hast mich Du Du hast Du hast mich Du Du hast Du h.
  6. Vozragore Reply
    Translation of 'Du hast' by Rammstein from German to English (Version #2) This is straight the German to the English. The English version Rammstein made is .
  7. Jukree Reply
    Rammstein Du hast with English translation Du du hast du hast mich 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 Willst du bis zum Tod, der scheide sie lieben auch in schlechten Tagen Nein.
  8. Shaktigore Reply
    Mar 31,  · The original version of Rammstein’s “Du Hast” is entirely in German. However, due to the success it has experienced abroad, it also has an official English chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co the English version is not a literal translation of the original. That being said, the official English version and the literal translation by and large have the exact same meanings.

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