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Oooooooohh!

Als, once for a while I was in London
In this dirty town in a very dirty hotel
And I met, um, Sid Viscious (Viscious)
And he was fulled up with speed and alcohol
Was really drunk and (finished somehow, ja)

And we are going in the lift
And, and, and driving upstairs
Where his girlfriend Nancy was, um, in a room
And then he tried to open the door,
But the door was closed from the
Inside (inside, from the inside) and Nancy didn't wake up
And Sid thought Nancy is dead
Und...aber icke, ja, um, ick mach' was andere

Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door - oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh

Sid was very um.. outside from himself
And he phoned to the hotel clergy
Downstairs that he must come quick
And they must open the door,
Because he thought Nancy is dead, ja
And then they really needs a long time
That they make the door open,
and Nancy was laying down on the bed
Eh..fulled up with heroine
She was not dead and everything was alright again
Yes! This was happened in London
When I was there. But I..

Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh
Knock, knock, knocking on Herman's door oooh

Iiiiiiiiiihh



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