What did you learn in school today

We are young, the world is open
O you beautiful, wide world!
Our longing, our hope
moves out into the woods and fields.
Brother don't hang your head
can't see the stars
Look up, push forward,
we are young and that is nice.

Lies there behind that forest
not a distant, foreign country?
Blooms on a green mountain slope
not unknown to the flower?
Let's wander into the terrain,
over valleys, over heights,
wherever the path turns:
we are young and that is nice.

Up then, show the sun
our way through fields and groves,
the day is running out
the stars shine for us
Brother, strap on your backpack
today should go far
Rain, wind, we laugh about it:
we are young and that is nice.
 
 

We love the life

We love life, the sun, the wind,
the cities that stretch endlessly,
the people who are so tired in the evening
and long for joy.

R: We love the boys who are late at night
still ask and learn and think
and everyone who knows that it's about
to direct one's own destiny.

We also love those who don't understand better
who serve dull and thoughtless,
who only see dream images in the cinema in the evening,
we bring the light to them too.

R:

We love people, just not those
not let the others live free.
We fight until their rule breaks
because we love we must hate.

R:
 
 

When the guggu screams

When the guggu screams
aft is Langiszeit,
huidi rituldjo, huidi tralala dijo,
the snow will go away
wern the Wiesla grean,
huidi rituldjo, huldio.

And only there it will be fine
when you're mowing the mountains
huidi rituldjo, huidi tralala dijo,
it knocks from every wall,
where fresh Mahda send,
huidi rituldjo, huldio.

And when you hear it
wern dö Gamslan guat,
uidi rituldjo, huidi tralala dijo,
it's a shame it's time for Jaga,
let in gar ka Freid,
huidi rituldjo, huldio.

When it snows in winter
all ban Ofn leit,
uidi rituldjo, huidi tralala dijo,
must ma's daleidn
a bit at tent'n a'schneidn,
huidi rituldjo, huldio.
 
 

What did you learn in school? (City Preachers)

What did you learn in school tell me my child.
I've learned that rich and poor are like brothers.
I learned that good always gets a fair reward.
I've learned that the bad guy gets nothing but ridicule and scorn.
I've learned that every day begins with sunshine.
I learned that at school, the teacher says: It's true!

What did you learn in school, tell me my child.
I've learned that honesty wins every time.
I learned that our country is a country of freedom.
I've learned that our rights measure everyone equally.
I've learned that everyone here gets what they deserve.
I have that...

What did you learn in school, tell me my child.
I've learned that men in the state are our friends.
I have learned that love always conquers hate and envy.
I've learned that no one lies to us day in and day out.
I learned that bombs and steel are for peace.
I have that...
 
 

We Shall Not Be Moved (Traditional)

/: We shall not, we shall not be moved,: /
just like a tree standing by the water
we shall not be moved.

We are fighting for our freedom,
we shall not be moved
just like a tree ...

We are black and white together,
we shall not be moved
just like a tree ...

We stand and fight together,
we shall not be moved
just like a tree ...

The government is behind us,
we shall not be moved
just like a tree ...

Our parks are integrating,
we shall not be moved
just liek a tree ...

We are sunning on tghe beaches,

just like a tree ...
 
 

Where Have All The Flowers Gone (Pete Seeger)


Where have all the flowers gone.
long time passing.
Where have all the flowers gone,
long time ago.
The girl have picked them every one,
R: /: oh when will they ever learn: /?

Where have all the young girls gone,
long time passing.
Where have all the young girls gone,
long time ago.
They've taken husbands everyone

Where have all the husbands gone,
long time passing.
Where have all the husbands gone,
long time ago.
Gone to soldiers everyone

Where have all the soldiers gone.
long time passing.
Where have all the soldiers gone,
long time ago.
Gone to graveyards everyone

Where have all the graveyards gone,
long time passing.
SWhere have all the graveyards gone,
long time ago.
Gone to flowers everyone
 
 

Where are the cities without walls? (City Preachers)

Where are the cities without walls, where are the houses without suffering?
Where are the countries without borders, where are the peoples without strife?
Where are the people without illness, where are we forgiven for mistakes?
Where does one not fear the other, where are soldiers without meaning?

R .: /: Where is the country: /
where do you live without fear of tomorrow?
Show me the way, I want to go
show me the way there!

Where do children not play soldiers, where are they warned at the right time?
Where do you learn to see the truth, where is no goal too daring and far?
Where is there peace instead of retribution, where is the youth recognized?
Where do not only rank and position count, where does a person count more than his office?

R .:

Where is the future without a shadow?
Where is your worthwhile goal?
Where is freedom more than just a phrase?
and love more than a feeling?

R .:
 
 

Where do you belong

R.:(Where do you belong?) 4 *
What do you do every day
what gives meaning to life
we are asking the question here
(where do you belong?) 5 *

Are you one of the many who are still standing yesterday
are you one of the few who break new ground?

R .:

Some go in front, others behind,
some build houses, others move in.

R .:

Some hold speeches and think that's enough
the others know that the solution is only in fact.

R .:

You too have to decide, you mustn't stand aside,
where other people are for freedom, you have to go with them.
 
 

We Shall Overcome (Traditional)

/: We shall overcome,: /
we shall overcome some day
oh deep in my heart, I do believe
we shall overcome some day.

We are not afraid ...

We'll walk hand in hand ...

We are black and white together ...

We shall bend the bomb ...

Wake up (canon)

Wake up, wake up
The rooster crowed
enters the sun
their golden path