on the rammsein song what does du hast mich mean?
- Barbara HLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
du hast mich does not mean 'you hate me' as is popularly believed. hast means have, while hasst means hate. big difference. 'du hast mich' means 'you have me', but that is not the whole sentence. it is actually 'du hast mich gefragt, und ich hab' nichts gesagt', which means, you have asked me, and i have not answered.
hope this helps.Source(s): four years of german.
- JeanLv 44 years ago
Because it's sung, it has a dual meaning. Du hast mich literally means "You have me" Du hasst mich means "You hate me" They sound the same when spoken/sung
- QQ dri luLv 41 decade ago
Du haßt mich = you hate me
Du hast mich = you have me
- ZoeLv 41 decade ago
the sentence goes :du hast mich gefragt und ich hab nichts gesagt= u (have) asked me and i (have) said nothing.
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- 1 decade ago
you hate me
ACTUALLY... I just looked up the lyrics.
And it's kind of like the Lit song "you make me.... you make me complete.... you make me completely miserable.."
They keep adding on to the sentence.
So it starts out like you hate me.
Then goes to you asked me
Then goes on to "you asked me and I didn't answer"
German is weird.Source(s): Fluent in German
- Anonymous1 decade ago
lyrics say "you hate me" but literal translation that i can find says "you have me"