Okay, I was trying to type this in German, but I couldn't figure out how to say what I wanted. I was once an upper-intermediate long ago, but I've since become really rusty. Also, my comprehension seems to be far better than my production.
Anyway, I've seen the band Faun use this word in an odd way twice now in two different songs. The first is from their song 'Gold and Seide':
sing ich die Sonne her.
I originally thought this line meant something like 'I sing forth the sun' or 'I sing the sun into existence', because I assumed that 'her' meant 'to here'. But the second line I've found, in their song 'Wilde Rose', doesn't seem to line up with that:
Gab im Frühling meinen Liebsten her.
The song is about losing a lover btw, so 'her' obviously makes no sense if translated as 'to here'.
I'm utterly confused by this 'her' word. What does it mean in these two sentences? Context doesn't really give me much hint honestly. I can't even figure out what the second line means, even though I know the meanings of all the words besides 'her', which is rather annoying.