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Rammstein - You Hate, You Hate Me. (Nasty Women are Traitors)

Published on 29 Sep 2022 / In Film & Animation

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Location: Berlin and Brandenburg
Director: Philipp Stölzl
Single: Du Hast
From the Album: Sehnsucht

DU HAST was the second single from the album SEHNSUCHT, which entered the German single charts at Number 5 in August 1997.

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What does the term du hast mean?

According to Lyrics Mode, the term Du Hast is the name of a 1997 Rammstein song, from the album Made in Germany. In this song, the term du hast has a double meaning. First, du hast means “you have” in German. However, this is a homonym for the phrase “du hasst” which means “you hate.” This gives the song a double meaning, as the lyrics could either mean that the person he is singing to has him or hates him. The lyrics can ead as either “you have me” or “you hate me,” represented by the German lyrics “du hast mich gefragt” or potentially “du hasst mich gefragt.” In the English version, the lyrics are usually written as “you have me” following the title of the song. This loses a bit of the double meaning and wordplay that the band was going for by using the homophones in the German language. Sometimes song meanings can change between languages.

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