Good night, Ann

When she is lying in her bed
and listens to the whistling in her ears
trying to find out from where the danger comes
he opens the door
good night Ann
and the world is all right again

And when it takes too long
and she has killed all her brothers and sisters
and is trying to escape from the savage beasts
the door finally opens
good night Ann
and the world turns out to be all right

He played the violin
he left for a woman
who could not hear
neither his music
nor his goodnight
and it grew silent

Ever since she has lived in anger
when she runs her legs are wooden
she never finds her way
she dies a thousand times
she keeps tumbling down
and he is not there to take care.