merely one interpretation out many, of course. the last stanza, shows how it is talking about the refugees: expelled (from), My Country Banished (from), My Country Forgotten, My Country Nowhere can I stay My country. he comes running With the flag in his hand My Country, My Country, You’re here in my country My Country, My Country. This is from before the war in Syria and the migrant crisis. Ich geh mit mir von Süd nach West Wohin gehst du, wohin? (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Copyright 2004-2020 Affenknecht.com, Rammstein trademark and other trademarks are property of their respective owners. I think they are really centrist and just sort of present the issue being discussed in a different way in their videos/ songs. All the information presented are for personal usage and educative purposes only. the beginning establishes how there are people constantly migrating from one corner of the world to another. so in essence, i think Rammstein is commenting on the syrian refuges that are arriving in germany and how the nationalists that are quick to wave their flags as a symbol of exclusivity, are further displacing people that didn’t choose to leave their home, but just want to settle somewhere and not be wanderers just because of racists. Please read the Terms of use. The left: Rammstein tells it how it is! That’s why the cardinal directions are listed that way: it follows their path through Germany during their early years, and so on. The POV of this song is from someone who has no where to go. Me: Stop soiling a great band with your agenda. Ich geh mit mir von Ost nach Süd Wohin gehst du, wohin? I think he might be trying to say that he cannot say what he really wants to or else he will be banished from “his country.” I think that is why they make rather “leftist” public statements and yet their lyrics can be translated more than a few different ways. Also I do not think they were rejected in Germany during their early years. There was a migrant crisis before the the war in Syria because of Libya and the Arab Spring. shows how nationalists are always quick to claim a space as theirs in order to deter people from settling in a country. Rammstein Mein Land lyric with English translation Wohin gehst du, wohin? It’s about the band being on tour, and not being accepted in their own country by the media. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The right: Rammstein tells it how it is! So its has literally nothing to do with syrian refugees. In one way of interpreting the song they might be insulting the Turks, and in another they could be making fun of some nationalist running at immigrants flag in hand shouting, “My land!”. Till Lindemann: “If all goes without problems, in the autumn of... Na Chui (Lindemann) “Till the End” video + uncensored version, The absolute highlight: A signed Rammstein guitar. Rammstein: Did you buy the album? Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren end their collaboration on "Lindemann", Rammstein Mein Land lyric with English translation, Rammstein Mutter lyric with English translation, Rammstein Weisses Fleisch lyric with English translation, Rammstein Weit weg lyrics with English translation, Rammstein Ich Will lyric with English translation, Rammstein Eifersucht lyric with English translation, Lindemann: Till and Peter end their collaboration, Lindemann will play in Wacken Open Air 2021, Rammstein: Herzeleid (XXV Anniversary Edition – Remastered), Rammstein members are spotted in La Fabrique Studio. Tobias Morgenstern. it is basically establishing the pattern that people are migrating and that the central issue of the song, is people migrating. This song was released in 2011.. Syrian war started in 2012 and it was not until 2014. when refugee crisis became big deal.. it shows how they didn’t have a choice in leaving their country and are just trying to settle somewhere. English translation of lyrics for Du bist alles (feat. You have entered an incorrect email address! Uh, guys, this was released in 2011, probably written and recorded before that. this is a critique on the attitudes of nationalists towards refugees and immigrants. If they could say exactly what they wanted I do not think it would be pro Nazi or anything like that but considering the political climate in Germany they stay ambiguous. Tobias Morgenstern) - Filmfassung by Woods of Birnam feat. Mein Baby sieht gut aus in Dior Ich hol' dir alles, was du brauchst, sag ein Wort Geld spielt keine Rolle, aber Zuna ist in Form Lach' wieder, weil du gibst jedem Korb (Brra, haha)