"Je saigne encore" as written by Benoit Poher, Florian Dubos, Nicolas Chassagne and Fabien Dubos....
Il a le droit de poser ses mains sur ton corps
Il a le droit de respirer ton odeur
Il a même droit aux regards qui le rendent plus fort
Mets-moi la chaleur de ta voix dans le cœur

Et ça fait mal, crois moi, une lame enfoncée loin dans mon âme
Regarde en toi, même pas l'ombre d'une larme
Et je saigne encore, je souris à la mort
Tout ce rouge sur mon corps
Je te blesse dans un dernier effort

Il aime caresser ton visage quand tu t'endors
Et toi tu te permets de dire encore encore
Je sais que ce qui ne tue pas nous rend plus fort
Mais moi, mais moi je suis déjà mort

Ça fait mal, crois moi, une lame enfoncée loin dans mon âme
Regarde en toi, même pas l'ombre d'une larme
Et je saigne encore, je souris à la mort
Tout ce rouge sur mon corps
Je te blesse dans un dernier effort

Oh, mais je saigne encore, je souris à la mort
Mais je saigne encore,
Tout ce rouge sur mon corps
Tout ce rouge sur mon corps
Tout ce rouge sur mon corps


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"Je Saigne Encore" as written by Fabien Dubos Benoit Poher

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    General Commentthis song is about a man who see his ex go out with another guy. One of the best song of Kyo
    MOYon July 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI looooooove this song. I can understand the overarching meaning and most of the phrases, but some of the things they say are still lost on me. Can a fluent french speaker post a translation? I've searched all over the net for something but have come up with nothing :(

    Anyways, this is probably my favorite song... it captures the feeling and portrays it almost poet-like. Just amazing
    JoannaA9on May 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe phrases obviously sound better in french, but here's a pretty close translation:

    he has the right to put his hands on your body
    he has the right to breathe your smell
    he even has the right to a look which you return stonger
    but me, the warmth of your voice in my heart

    and it hurts, believe me. a blade lodged deep in my heart
    look at you, not even the shadow of a tear

    and i'm still bleeding. i smile at death, all this red on my body. i wound/hurt you in a last effort

    he likes to carress your face while you sleep,
    and you, you allow yourself to say more
    i know that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,
    but me, i'm already dead
    vanilla_spices88on November 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love this song...
    dont understand a word though
    thelastroseon November 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti reckon this song is about the woman's ex who died but still watches her and is jealous of her new boyfriend because he can do stuff he can't. Definetly one of Kyo's best!
    x-Smiley-xon August 23, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationOk so first off, I've only been learning French for 1 1/2 years and I only understand a few sentences in this song in the original French. The rest I pretty much rely on English translations (which I know are not as good). And I tend to have a more innocent interpretation on songs, so whatever.

    This is what the song means to me (btw I'm a girl):
    I have had a best friend since preschool. We've know each other since as long as I can remember and he's practically my cousin. Last year he started to crush on one of my friends and she liked him too so I kinda helped them get together. But lately, things are getting awkward. They're always in each other's arms and sometimes their even kissing. My since-preschool friend barely even says anything when I approach them. I feel like I've lost one of my best friends. So I sit there and watch, and it feels like a dagger in my heart as I lose my best friend to his absorption with his girlfriend.

    So this song always reminds me of them ...
    thelittlecookieon December 17, 2010   Link

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