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"Du hast" (German, "You have") (The song is a play on words, have and hate, which are very similar in German) is a song by German industrial metal band Rammstein. It was released as the second single from their second album Sehnsucht. The song is also arguably the band's most well known song, with "Feuer frei!" also being said to be their most well known song. It has appeared on numerous soundtracks for films, most notably The Matrix: Music from the Motion Picture, and is featured in the music video games Guitar Hero 5 and Rock Band 3.

The main guitar riff of the song shows a strong resemblance to Ministry's song "Just One Fix"; the band themselves have stated Ministry as one of their primary influences.


<span style="color: orangered"><span class="underline"><span class="italics"><span class="bold">Overview</span></span></span></span>

There are two versions of the song: the original song, which is completely in German, and a partial translation to English. In the second version, the first chorus and the verses are in English and the last chorus is in German. The lyrics to the English version are not a direct translation due to the use of a homonym between the German verbs to have, haben, and to hate, hassen, in the original song. The verbs haben and hassen sound exactly the same when conjugated for 'you' (hast and hasst). Due to an inability to retain the homophone while translating, the English version was changed from 'Du hast,' meaning 'you have,' to 'Du hasst,' meaning 'you hate.'


The whole song is a play on German wedding vows.

The refrain ("Willst du bis der Tod euch scheidet, treu ihr sein für alle Tage?") translates to "Do you[singular]

want, until Death separates you[plural], to be faithful to her forever?" Instead of answering with 'ja' ('yes'), the

singer says 'nein' ('no'), finally breaking his silence earlier in the song: "Du hast mich gefragt, und ich hab'

nichts gesagt." This is in present perfect and literally means "You have asked me, and I have said nothing," but is usually translated to past tense, "You asked me, and I said nothing."

One time in the song, the refrain is sung with different words ("Willst du bis zum Tod, der scheide, sie lieben auch

in schlechten Tagen?"). This translates as "Do you[singular] want, until death, which would separate, to love her

even in bad days?". Again, the singer responds with "Nein!".


<span style="color: orange"><span class="underline"><span class="italics"><span class="bold">Music video</span></span></span></span>

The video, inspired by the 1992 film Reservoir Dogs, begins with Christoph Schneider and actress Astrid Meyerfeldt arriving in a Volga GAZ-21 car near a desolate nondescript small warehouse in the countryside. Schneider reaches into the backseat to get a bag and takes out a handgun, tucking it into the back of his pants as he walks into the building. Inside, the rest of the band are standing around wearing Cupid masks, cut off below the nose. The band take off their masks seeming pleased to see Schneider and start drinking, but the mood turns negative as evidenced by Lindemann hitting Schneider's character from a camera view. A shot showing a syringe being administered seems to be the reason for slurred views of the bands faces, all emphasizing the song chorus to the face of Schneider's character, presumed to be lying on the ground. A match is lit, lighting up a gasoline trail and an upstanding human figure is engulfed in flames. The entire band then walks outside, including Schneider completely unscathed as seen by Meyerfeldt waiting by the car. Schneider glances at Meyerfeldt, checks his watch and the car explodes behind the band walking in a line, unfazed by the explosion and not even looking behind.


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<span class="underline"><span class="italics"><span class="bold"><span style="color: tomato">General</span></span></span></span>

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