Rammstein: Deutschland Meaning
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Song Released: 2019
anonymous Jul 2nd, 2019 7:24pm report
The song is about the contradictions of ones nation and the conflciting feelings its history can bring upon oneself and the nation as a whole.
The line "So jung, und doch so alt" makes a contradiction talking about how old the german people is but how new it is as a country.
There is an use of the term über wich usually means big and supreme stuff but in this case are use sarcastically and in a mocking way.
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