Rammstein: Spiel Mit Mir Meaning
Spiel Mit Mir Lyrics
We share a room and the bed
Brother dear please go right ahead
Brother dear come touch me here
Slide to me so close and near
By the bed a big black hole
In they jump all the sheep
Much too old but I count them...
1TOP RATED#1 top rated interpretation:anonymous Sep 26th 2010 !⃝
This is totally an incest song. With the line "Brüderlein komm fass mich an" ("brother dear, come touch me") and the verse:
"Unterm Nabel im Geäst
wartet schon ein weißer Traum
Brüderlein komm halt dich fest
und schüttel mir das Laub vom Baum"
("Under the navel, in the branches
a white dream is already waiting
brother dear, come hold tightly
and shake the leaves from the tree for me")
there is no doubt in my mind that this song is about a brother who likes to be touched by his sibling.
anonymous Sep 25th 2021 !⃝
“Brother” does not necessarily mean brother by blood, so this is not likely about incest. Brother is probably used as someone who is of a similar mindset. For instance, in religions, men of the same faith are often called “brother”; that does not mean they’re all blood. Think beyond the lazy obvious.
anonymous Dec 16th 2011 !⃝
most likely it's about a brother (singing) who probably sexually abuses his younger brother. "Spier mit mir" if you think with a sick mind, means sex. as perverted as it seems, it makes perfect sense
anonymous Jul 10th 2011 !⃝
This song is generally about incest, but in the case of song it's two brothers:
The singing person calls the other his/her brother, and then reveals his gender with two lines:
'And shake for me leaves from the trees'
German euphenism for giving a handjob.
I belive there is an error in translation, it should go:
'My brother dear hand in pain
He leans against the wall again'
Obviously then the singer is dominative one and it appears singer is male.
anonymous Jun 25th 2011 !⃝
This song is about gay brothers.
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