Top 10 Rock and Metal Songs that Mention Geographical Places in the TitleMetal_Treasure Geographical places - countries, cities, continents, streets, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, oceans, geographical regions, and so on.
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This song is only available on the deluxe edition of the album "Liebe ist für alle the", but is the best song of the release.
There are three common interpretations of the lyrics:
Firstly it could be about a flood when a dam in the danube broke, flooding villages and killing people (children) and animal.
Secondly it could be about how venomous the water already is from sewage and chemicals and how the high amount of toxic substances killed animals and children playing in the water.
Thirdly, it could be a murderer of children. The animals could stand symbolic for innocence (they mention a swan for example) which is killed.
To me, it is the second interpretation.
The lines translating to "nobody has seen anything" imply that people looked away when a crime occured, and this phrase is usually associated with when a crime occured and nobody wants to have anything to do with it. In German speaking countries it is especially ...more - Martin_Canine
"Danube Children" - Martin_Canine
"On the Zoo train station"
Refers to the railway station Zoologischer Garten, an actual train station in Berlin that is famous for a meeting point of runaway teens, drug addicts, prostitution or, as in this case, teenagers looking for something to have sex with. - Martin_Canine
Currently one of the most popular X-mas songs covered by TSO. - Metal_Treasure
This is 2 in 1: song title and band name. - Metal_Treasure
Written and sung by bassist Paul Simonon. - Lotuscandy
Yameeka = Jamaica - Metal_Treasure
YYZ refers to Toronto Airport - YYZ is it's identification code. - Metal_Treasure
"Berlin", much like the rest of the album "Vom Bordstein bis zur Skyline" is a German modern day classic of the early 21st century and rightfully so... but unfortunately in the hip hop genre. And not even rock rap.
I know it's a bit irritating that the sample here is from a live album called "Heavy Metal Payback Live" and that Bushido is backed by a live band, but the studio version only consists of an 808 drum machine, scrstching and a sinister violin sample.
So yeah, awesome song, but wrong genre. - Martin_Canine