Jennifer Rostock U.S.
Die Sicher Schlimmste Wahl

Girl, I have no idea
I’m nothing and absolutely nothing
It’s been long-known I fail where others trump
I’m definitely the worst choice
There are too many reasons
As you know, you say to yourself
I don’t even know your name

It doesn’t matter what happens in a few years
The guy has no options where others have a plan
It’s really convenient, but he doesn’t know what understatement means
And other mothers, just look for yourself, there’s more than you get

And it’s true that they don’t want what we have
We dismantle the city and its strange folk
So please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me now that we’ll never go away

And even dumbasses like those who refuse to believe
We belong together like we’re supposed to breathe air
So please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me that we’ll never go away
Please tell me now that we’ll never go away

And as they ask, horrified
Who’s hiding there in the gray shirt
Looks like Miss Flodder with a prize Teenage Dirtback
We’re often told I’m not very delicate
And my vice, I know, is the boys of the world

I could’ve sworn they say
I’m exactly like all the others
Would just use you, too
and wander onto the next one
Think much too seldom of myself or what counts
But I’d like you to know
That this ‘us’ means something to me

And it’s true …