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Unter allen Wipfeln ist Ruh

Language: German (Deutsch)

Unter allen [Wipfeln]1 ist Ruh
in allen Zweigen hörest du
keinen Laut
die Vöglein schlafen im Walde
warte nur, warte nur balde
schläfst du auch

Unter allen Monden ist Plag
und alle Jahr und alle Tag
Das Laub verwelket im Walde
warte nur balde welkest du auch

Unter allen Sternen ist Ruh
in allen Himmeln hörest du
Die Englein spielen, das schallte
warte nur balde spielest du auch.

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Confirmed with Johannes Falk's auserlesene Werke alt und neu, erster Theil, Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1819. Appears in Seestücke, page 554. In Anlehnung an (In the style of) Wanderers Nachtlied von Goethe.

1 Reichel: "Gipfeln"; further changes may exist not noted above.

Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator] and Melanie Trumbull


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