Hey. So, I`ll skip the questions about WOC and democracy and the influence of this song.
Klaus explains that the bands which ispired him are The Beatles - his favourite, but also bands like The Who, Rolling Stones. He said that this bands had inspired them during the 60`s, when they were just a kids. He said that still, after so many years, it`s a provililege for them to have the chance to tour all over the world and have the opportunity to live their dreams....
He hints that they`re recording a movie/documentary about Scorpions and even though they are "closing the page" they still remain musicians (not in the interview: we were said to expect it in 2013, waiting for it...)
Klaus says that there is no way he becomes like a pensioner (the word is used by the journalist.. really
), staying at home. He says he`ll may be write songs, as he`s always been a song writer, and, probably a book ( YEAH! I remember in an old interview for a Bulgarian radio station Z-Rock he joked that he may call it "Meine Music", I find it a great name, love the "word game"
). Also he mentiones that he may follow some other projects not connected to Scorpions but surely to music.
Asked about hobbies, he says he loves to play tennis, but since they`re non-stop touring the last few years, he has not much time for it. He mentiones soccer as a hobby too (soccer - football... let the Americans think out another term about their so-called football game! There`s only one FOOTBALL! Ha!
And, of course, since he`s giving this interview for a Bulgarian media and he`s being asked about if they`ll come to Bulgaria, he says that he knows that Scorpions have a lot of fans in Bulgaria and... some of them are travelling all around Europe to see their shows (Yey, yey
) ... + he knows that there are a lot of die-hard fans in here...
...I`ll keep you in my dreams...´cos you are my light