"Sweatshop" as written by Didi Gutman, Aaron Johnston, Jesse Yusef Murphy and Sabina Sciubba....
Walter a les clés
Il a les cles de l?ascenseur

Il est toujours la
La sentinelle
Ete et hiver

Le matin ça bouge a Chinatown
Tous les marchés comblées de mille couleurs
Tellement do monde qu? on s?y perd
Puis c?est (chaud) fous!

dahhh daahh dahh

Vlado nous emmene
Il nous emmene en haut
Pour nous montrer

23 chinois dans une chambre
De 10 metre carré

Le matin ça bouge a Chinatown
Regarde les rues comblées de mille couleurs
Comme sa bouge on s?y perd
Puis c?est (chaud) fous!

Ding dong
Dong di da dong

Bato me regarde
Il nous dit que les temps sont durs

23 chinois dans une chambre miniature
23 chinois, ah oui, les temps sont durs


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"Sweatshop" as written by Didi Gutman Aaron Johnston

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    General CommentI love this song
    zombiewakeupon September 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIn my humble opinion, this is one of the most underrated songs of all time. It's serenely beautiful, and even though the lyrics focus on a specific situation, there's a mystic to both the song and the manner in which the lines are spoken...Lines such as 'Tellement du monde qu’ on s’y perd', 'So much of the world that one loses oneself'--it's just hard not relate, and in the context of the song itself, a lyric of distress manages to be comforting.

    I could heap ages and and sentences of praise upon this song, but I'd rather just listen to it again. Undoubtedly in my top five.
    trebtaron February 12, 2009   Link

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