In the Broadway play The Producers (and subsequent movie), the character Max Bialystock recalls a quote from his dying mentor. He says it's in Yiddish, but more than one person has told me that, in fact, it's German. I don't speak either, so please bear with me.
Linked here is the exact location in this video where he says the words. I will also attempt a transliteration, though it will certainly be inaccurate:
Alle mensche musse machen, haden tugagatzen kashen pichen pippin kachen.
Initial research shows that it is not a high-minded quote, and coming from Mel Brooks, it's bound to be comedic in nature. No lyrics sites I found have the entire quote written out, they shorten it for some reason (probably all copying from one bad source).