You have, or you hate.

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That is the question! Rammstein leaves it up to you to decide whether or not “You have me” or ‘You hate me ” is the message, as that is what “Du hasst/hast mich” can mean depending on the chosen spelling. Hasst means have , and hast means hate. The song itself is about wedding vows. I’m not so much into Rammstein, but was impressed by how the performer in this video really gets into it. The way the video is compressed has made his hands turn pixelated at times, but I kind of think it adds to the over-all look of the piece. It’s rather intense, and then at the end, there is a bit of levity, and whoop of joy.

“Du Hasst.. Du Hast”

Du hasst… du hast… from Yowda on Vimeo.

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About megstar73

I'm a 37 year old living in the East Bay near San Pablo Bay. I have worked as a Gallery Assistant at a small community college and am a medical assistant who has trained as a phlebotomist. I need to find time in my busy schedule as the mother of a very active toddler to study and get my phlebotomist's license. Interests include cheese, exotic beverages (not the alcoholic kind), ethnic food, improving my culinary skills, bacon, reading, music of all genres and combining all of the above together with friends! Last but not least, I love being the mother of a beautiful, sweet darling little girl. How lucky am I?

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