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Songs written by Farin Urlaub

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  1. Sonne

    Sonne

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    "Sonne" is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the third single and the second track from his album Am Ende der Sonne. It's possibly about unrequited love or just distance between lovers, where the narrator is angry, because the sun shines, even though things are bad and the beloved one is not with him.


  2. Dusche

    Dusche

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    Dusche (German: Shower) is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the first single and fourteenth (and the last) track from his album Am Ende der Sonne. It's about a paranoid man, who fears things in his house, thinking that they are conspiring to assassinate him. The man fights back and decides to burn everything down, when nothing else helps. The shower is the only one on his side. The man gradually grows more frenetic, until the end, where he is stabbed by his only friend.


  3. Ok

    Ok

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    "OK" is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the third single and sixth track from his debut album Endlich Urlaub!. It's a hate song. It was originally meant for Die Ärzte. It's also one of the heaviest songs on the album.


  4. Porzellan

    Porzellan

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    "Porzellan" is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the second single and the fourth track from his album Am Ende der Sonne. It's about feeling, that everyone else's life is good, while your life is bad - the happiness, however, can be everywhere, if people could only let it.


  5. Sumisu

    Sumisu

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    "Sumisu" is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the second single and third track from his debut album Endlich Urlaub!. The song is a homage to the Smiths – according to the lyrics, Farin used to listen to them, when he was down. "Sumisu" ("???") is "Smith" in Japanese.


  6. Phänomenal Egal

    Phänomenal Egal

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    "Phänomenal egal" is a song by Farin Urlaub. It's the fourth single and fourteenth track from his debut album Endlich Urlaub!. It's a love song, sung sarcastically as the narrator sings things like "Zwar gibt es keine schönere Frau auf der ganzen Welt für mich/Doch in Wirklichkeit lieb' ich dich nicht" (There's no prettier woman for me/But really I don't love you) and "Ich stehe zwar ab und zu einfach nur so vor deiner Tür/Doch im Prinzip will ich gar nichts von dir" (I stand time to time in front of your door/But really I don't want anything from you).


  7. Bitte Bitte

    Bitte Bitte

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    "Bitte bitte" ("Bitte, bitte" on CD) [Please please] is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It's the eleventh track and the third single from their 1988 album Das ist nicht die ganze Wahrheit.... It's about wanting to obey to a dominatrix.


  8. Geschwisterliebe

    Geschwisterliebe

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    "Geschwisterliebe" (Sibling love) is a controversial song by German punk band Die Ärzte from the album Die Ärzte. It deals with incest and was added to the German List of Media Harmful to Young People in 1987 and is still in the index.


  9. Wie Es Geht

    Wie Es Geht

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    "Wie es geht" ("How to do it", lit. "How it goes") is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It is the first track and the first single from their 2000 album Runter mit den Spendierhosen, Unsichtbarer!. The singer addresses a woman, trying several times to tell her "I love you", but keeps on ending up saying "(I just don't know) how to do it"; at the end of the song he finally manages to say the words.


  10. Wir brauchen... Werner

    Wir brauchen... Werner

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    "Wir brauchen... Werner" (We need... Werner) is a song recorded for the film "Werner - Beinhart!", which is the first film made about the German comics hero Werner. Die Ärzte was supposed to record it and the song was supposed to be the theme song for the film, however, Die Ärzte was on hiatus in the time and the song was instead recorded by Die Ärzte's members Bela B. and Farin Urlaub a.k.a. Jan; the song became the end credits song and didn't do well on charts.


  11. Yoko Ono

    Yoko Ono

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    "Yoko Ono" is a song by the German punk band Die Ärzte. It's the thirteenth track and the third single from their 2000 album Runter mit den Spendierhosen, Unsichtbarer!. It was released on March 5, 2001. A notable aspect of the single is that it is (according to the Guinness Book of World Records) the shortest single ever released, with a runtime of 30 seconds. The video also holds the world record at 46 seconds.


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