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My favourite group Scorpions

On 11 November 1999, the 10th anniversary of German reunification the Scorpions played in front of Berlins Brandenburg Gate at the invitation of German government. Joining them in their performance of Wind of Change were 166 cellists. The work was conducted by the distinguished cello virtuoso Mstislav Rostropovich.

The crossover CD Moment of Glory, featuring the Scorpions with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, was released on 19 June 2000. The first live performance took place in Hanover on 22 June 2000.

White Dove


A place without a name

Under a burning sky

Theres no milk and honey here

In the land a God

Someone holds a sign

It says we are human, too

And while the sun goes down

The world goes by

White dove

Fly with the wind

Take our hope under you wings

For the world to know

That hope will not die

Where the children cry



Waves, big like a house

Therere stranded on a piece of

wood

To leave it all behind

To start again

But instead of a new life

All they find is a door thats

closed

And they keep looking for

A place called hope

White dove

Fly with the wind

Take our hope under your

wings

For the world to know

That hope will not die

Where the children cry

Na na

Na na na na

Na na na na na na na na

Na na

Na na na na

Na na na na na

Can anyone tell me why

(can anyone tell me why)

The children of the world

(the children of the world)

Have to pay the price (pay

another price)

And now youre telling me

Youve seen it all before

I know thats right but still

It breaks my heart

Well, the golden lamb we sent

Makes us feel better now

But you know its just a drop

In a sea of tears

White dove

Fly with the wind

Take our hope under your

wings

For the world to know

That hope will not die

Where the children cry

White dove

Fly with the wind

Take our hope under your

wings

For the world to know

That hope will not die

Where the children cry

Na na

Na na na na

Na na na na na na na na

Na na

Na na na na

Na na na na na


Still Loving You


Time, it needs time

To win back your love again

I will be there, I will be there

Love, only love

Can bring back your love

some day

I will be there, I will be there

Fight, baby, I fight

To win back your love again

I will be there, I will be there

Love, only love

Can break down the walls

some day

I will be there, I will be there



Refrain:

If wed go again all the way

from the start

I would try to change things

that killed our love

Your pride has built the wall

so strong that I cant get through!

Is there really no chance

to start once again?

Im loving you

Try, baby, try

To trust in my love again

I will be there, I will be there

Love, our love

Just shouldnt be thrown away

I will be there, I will be there

Refrain:

If wed go again all the way

from the start

I would try to change things

that killed our love

Is now there your pride and a

wall that youve been through?

You should give me your chance,

this couldnt be the end

Im still loving you X 2



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My favourite group Scorpions

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