|Song by Emigrate from the album A Million Degrees|
|Working title:||We Two (Buddy)|
|Lyricist:||Richard Kruspe, Till Lindemann|
|Released:||30 November 2018|
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|A Million Degrees tracklist|
- The song features Till Lindemann.
- It was already recorded during the sessions for the first album Emigrate and called We Two (Buddy).
- The song was found in the GEMA database (work number: 9325130) back in 2006 with a length of 4:13, along with two lines from the lyrics: Du musst mir gar nichts sagen / You were always so there for me. This version is still listed in GEMA to this day.
- In a track-by-track interview with Kerrang!, Richard said the following about the song:
The reason why Emigrate exists is because, a long time ago, we were trying to do things together and some of my bandmates were not so happy about it… which I understand, now. So I stopped and went at it alone. This song was from my very early time with Till. I kept it to one side because it was never finished. Eventually I rewrote the whole thing and was thinking about what I wanted to say about my relationship with Till. There was a certain time in my mind, after the Wall came down and before Rammstein existed. East Germany was like the Wild West back then. We had such an intense experience, living in Berlin and Schwerin, travelling around and doing all kinds of criminal activities… it was crazy. That’s what the song about – an old friendship during these unpredictable times.
|Let's Go||A Million Degrees||04:11||30.11.2018|
|We Two (Buddy)||04:13||GEMA Database|
I find myself scratching at the bottom