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BerlinA wise man once saidA child that lightly draws its breathWhat should it know of death?And readily I agree.And thus inside I acheTto know how it befellThat in this later dateA child should know so much of hellBerlinIs the girl I sawDancing in the fieldBerlin, little girl I knowSix more you'll never yieldAnd I see in your eyes that you don'tFully comprehendBerlinYou have taken life by its cold dead handShe runs around and playsHer sparkling eyes, she's so aliveSeeming obliviousDon't tell her there are only fiveBerlinIs the girl who knitsAbove her brother's graveBerlin, little girl I knowYou visit every dayAnd I see in your eyes that you areWiser than I amBerlinYou have taken love in your tiny hand
Little Susan DrearyLittle Susan DrearyLay there on the floorSeventeen hours,No knock came at the doorWith the sound of the bellThe walls waved helloLittle Susan DrearyWhere did you go?Little Susan DrearyGot up to wet her feetLooked in the mirrorThought about something to eatThe candle burned its lastThe clock was ticking slowLittle Susan DrearyWhere will you go?Little Susan DrearyWhat's wrong with your eyes?You don't seem the sameKeep looking at the skyWhat have you seen?Where have you been?Little Susan DrearyWill you go there again?