Udo Lindenberg

Udo Lindenberg When The Sun Sets Lyrics

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When The Sun Sets Songtext

When The Sun Sets
I Don't Know Who I Should Belong To, 1987

I've learned about life, at it's lowest and highest
I've lived and I've loved and I've had a good time
but now when I look at things clear and unbiased
there's no use in laughing, and no use in crying.

I've learned about life, from the top to the bottom
from all kinds of people I've met on my way
but now spring is gone - with the coming of autumn
I keep my emotions locked safely away.
But sometimes...

When the sun sets over the rooftops of town
my memories and I are alone
when the night falls and there is no - one around
then the shadows come in on their own -
they stand and they stare like the guardians of fate
and all I can do is sit quit and wait
'til the daylight chases darkness away.
When the sun sets over the rooftops of town
my memories and I are alone.

I know about love from the north to the south
sometimes I've won the game, an sometimes I've lost
I've heard bizarre wishes from feverish mouths
I know about happiness, and what it costs.
I've tasted sweet love in the east and the west
from mornings in Paris to nights in Ceylon
and one of the things that I think I know best
is that love is here one day, the next day it's gone.
But sometimes...

When the sun sets over the rooftops of town
my memories and I are alone.
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