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The lyrics: When She Hears This Tango She is sitten on her old couch Which comes from the time of the economic miracle Two birthday cards on the table Dallas is over since a while All the best for the sixty-first birthday, Dear Granny, bye for now The kids are big now and away from the home The flat is often cold. She's got always something to do She portions the housework And every evening she relaxes And switches the TV on It has not always been this way Just since she is alone Since her husband died Whom she misses with teary eyes She liked so much to dance with him And sometimes, when it hurts too much She plays the old favourite record And dances for herself alone When she hears this old tango She forgets the time How she lives now is far, far away Like a star that burned down long ago Chased away and expelled from her native place After Hitler's grand war She paid a lot for the German dream of victory Then the long and hard rebuilding For a little happiness The longed for owner-occupied story Children for the republic They shall have it better one day That is why she worked painstakingly So often there was not much time left To spend time with her husband A whole life together Suffered, drudged, economised Now there was time for more at last Now he is not here anymore