Lass mich Dein Pirat sein Lyrics (by Nena) Song Lyrics Translation And Grammar Analysis
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“Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” performed by “Nena” released in 1995. Try to lean the new words and understand the meaning of the lyrics below. Scroll down for translations.

Lass mich dein Pirat sein
Auf allen sieben Meeren
Wir segeln bis zum Horizont
Begleiten wird uns nur die Mond

Lass mich dein Pilot sein
In wolkenlosen Lüften
Voll Sehnsucht ruf ich deinen Namen
Wir werfen alles Geld zusammen

Für dich mach ich verrückte Sachen, ich
Lege dir die Welt zu Füßen und
Hol für dich den Stern vom Himmel um dich
Ein einziges Mal (ein einziges Mal)
Zu küssen

Lass mich dein Pirat sein
Durch Straßen ohne Ende
Wir gehen bis zum Horizont
Begleiten wird uns nur der Mond

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Words With Articles in “Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” lyrics

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Verbs in “Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” lyrics

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Adjectives & Adverbs in “Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” lyrics

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Phrases and idioms in “Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” lyrics

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Propositions Training from “Lass mich Dein Pirat sein” lyrics

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