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9 thoughts on “ (Caress Me) Lilli Marlene (Long Version) - Tube Tech - (Caress Me) Lilli Marlene (Vinyl)

  1. Milrajas says:
    Lyrics: Underneath the lantern By the barrack gate Darling I remember The way you used to wait 'Twas there that you whispered tenderly That you loved me You'.
  2. Femuro says:
    Slide-show featuring stills of Marlene Dietrich during WW2 and images of soldiers at war, to her famous war song "Lili Marlene" (English Version). Fan made v.
  3. Shaktikinos says:
    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
  4. Dobei says:
    That you loved me You'd always be My Lili of the lamplight My own Lili Marleen Time would come for roll call Time for us to part Darling I'd caress you And press you to my heart And there neath that far off lantern light I'd hold you tight We'd kiss good night My Lili of the lamplight My own Lili Marleen Orders came for sailing Somewhere over there.
  5. Dora says:
    "Lili Marlene" is arguably one of Dietrich's most famous songs. It was taken up as the theme song for Irwin Rommel's Afrika Korps during their desert campaign during World War Two, and when sung in marching cadence and combined with Dietrich's smokey voice is still an inspiring melody.
  6. Vorg says:
    Directed by Arthur Crabtree. With Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott, Richard Murdoch, Leslie Dwyer. A French girl singer is captured by the Nazis, and made to broadcast for them.

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