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Links 2-3-4 (2001)

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"Links 2-3-4" (German for Left 2-3-4) is a song by the Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, released on their third studio album, Mutter .

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The lyrics were written in response to allegations of fascism/nazism directed at the band. In the song they say "my heart beats to the left, 2-3-4", meaning they are on the left of the political spectrum. The refrain is an allusion to the revolutionary song '''', written by Bertolt Brecht for the Communist Party of Germany in the 1930s and re-popularized by Hannes Wader in the German Democratic Republic.

The song uses an alternate pronunciation of the German two, using zwo rather than zwei . "Zwo" is more commonly used within the German military, or in the Austrian dialect, and this song presents a strong, militaristic theme, 'left - two - three - four' being a common drill instructor's chant to keep a marching formation in step.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Links 2 3 4 Rammstein       03:36
1-2 Halleluja Rammstein       03:46
1-3 Links 2 3 4 Rammstein       03:36
1-4 Links 2 3 4 Rammstein       03:36
1-5 Links 2 3 4 Rammstein       03:36

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