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Abraham - Lyrics by Abraham


Lyrics
He
Leute kauft beim Tr
ödler Abrahamseht euch mal um beim alten Abraham.
Zog einst bis an der Erde Endeob ich sonderbares f
ände
Gabenlichter
G
ötter oder Tand.
Fand in Stein gehau'ne Fragen
Zauberkunst aus altan Tagenfand die Weisheit an Poseidons Strand.
Narrenspiel und Hehre Dramenall dies trug ich fein zusammenf
ür die Jahrmarktsbude dieser Welt.
Wahrheit
Schein
Ger
üchte
L
ügenund kein Jota wird verschwiegenwenn Abraham den Kirmes h
ält.
Sch
önes aus den alten Zeitenedle Wertedie uns leitenund ein gutes Werkdas Heil erbringt.
Was noch f
ür den Schw
ärmer bliebeein paar T
öne zarter Liebewie's der Gondoliere wohl besingt.
Jakommt und w
ühlt in Kitsch und K
ünsten
Abraham ist stets zu Dienstennehmt den Kram und werdet froh damit!
He
Leute kauft beim Tr
ödler Abrahamseht euch mal um beim alten Abraham...