Die Orsons - Kim Kwang Seok (Official Video)




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Published on Apr 9, 2010

This song is a tribute to the south korean musician Kim Kwang Seok, who took his live in 1996.

Directed by Stephan Richter.

Das aktuelle Album "What's Goes" ist im Handel.
Die Glücksbox hier holen: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.gluecksb...
Die Standard CD hier: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.s.am
Die limitierte Vinyl hier: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.vinyl.s.am
Die iTunes Deluxe Edition hier: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.deluxe.it
Bei Google Play hier: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.s.gp
Oder bei Spotify anhören: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.s.sp
Oder bei Apple Music hier: http://chmp.pro/orsons.album.s.apm

What's Goes? Es geht los! Bartek flippt schon komplett aus! Der Rest auch. Vielleicht. Ein ganz kleines bisschen. Also Tua hat z.B. gerade gekichert. Mit dem neuen Album "What's Goes" sind wir das erste Mal wirklich zufrieden!! Alle Hooligans of Love: O!

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Songtext in English:

In a country
where your vita is even more important than here
and you obey your boss almost like a dog
which they eat in restaurants there

There was a singer, pretty young
who did not like to sing on the radio or on TV
but in front of the audience
Like we do right now - hello

Lets get back to the story - he sang the saddest songs in the world
when he came back from his 1000th concert
everything was silent - cause he killed himself.

He "Curt Cobained" himself in 1996
Enter his name on youtube and cry

We spell him for you:

K - I -M - K - W - A - N - G - S - E - O - K

You've been the Bob Dylan of Korea
you've been Koreas Kurt Kobain
Your voice sounds like eternity
like Tears - please wait

You've been the Bob Dylan of Korea
you've been Koreas Kurt Kobain
Your voice sounds like eternity
like Tears - please wait

After his 1000th concert
he locked up his room
He was only 32 years old
He sang about our hapiness, sadness and our holiness
But nobody understood
because he sang korean
and there was no youtube before 1996

He sang about the little people, like us
And we listen carefully right now
How is your name spelled, Kim?

K - I -M - K - W - A - N - G - S - E - O - K

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    • Kim Kwang Seok
  • Artist

    • Die Orsons
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    • ASCAP


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