We’ve left falls and sunsets behind our backs
If only we had a slightest let not discernible take-off!
I wish I could believe that our black marines jackets
Will give us chance to see the sunrise today.
Today we’ve been told in public "Die a heroic death!"
We’ll try to - no problem! We’ll see which way it’ll turn out
I just thought smoking somebody else’s crude cigarettes
Everyone will try out their luck - I mean to see the sunrise.
A special coy - special honour for a sapper
Don’t jump on my back out of branches with a sheath knife
Save yourself effort - be it with a ñut up throat but I’m
Going to see the sunrise before my end.
We raided the rear areas keeping off stabbing them in sleep
When suddenly I noticed after they had cut out an opening
I noticed a young green but keen-sensed sunflower
Turn its head up to the sunrise
Behind our backs at six thirty, I know, there had been left
Not only falls, sunsets but a take-off and sunrise as well
On my last legs, I’m stripping two bare wires
I’ve not seen the sunrise but I felt it coming
The thinned coy are moving back towards us again
What happened-that happened, what only matters is a blown-up fort
I’d like to believe that our rough job
Gives you chance to see the sunrise tax free.