C'est la vie, C'est la vie, comme ci, comme ca (x4)

I named him Jules, he stole my baby then he stole my heart
I knew that he was a tiger right from the start
She plays rough with him cause he's her ragamuffin oh yeah
She played hard and then he got harder
She kicked his head that's when he got on her

I said to Jules, "just cause you're a cat don't mean you ain't a man."
"just cause you're a man don't mean that every pussy need a dad."
"can't have you cream on my girl. find another dealer to pawn off your pearls"

Jules lost his jewels when he came up pearls, they took his manhood
Jules lost his jewels when he turned 18 went down to West Hollywood
(x2)

C'est la vie, C'est la vie, comme ci, comme ca (x4)

Jules made a mess of my baby's dress late last night
Pumpin' up 'n' down with every whimpering pound, well oh my!
She shook her knee and woke me up, said "that sick little brat's got my leg in a hump, well alright"

I pulled on his socks pinned him down on his back said, "How does that feel?"
then he sprayed on my lap, no!

Jules lost his jewels when he came up pearls, they took his manhood
Jules lost his jewels when he turned 18 went down to West Hollywood
(x2)

C'est la vie, C'est la vie, comme ci, comme ca (x8)


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    My InterpretationIts probably about a cat, and then by way of the name I am pretty sure it has some sort of relation to Julian Lennon. Jules was a nickname (and "Hey Jude" was meant to obscure the name).

    "C'est la vie, C'est la vie, comme ci, comme ca " - and the 'every pussy need a dad' lines evoke - #9 Dream's "Ah! böwakawa poussé, poussé" by way of the song "La vie c'est comme ci, comme ça" by F. R. David.
    jawshchevyvanon July 26, 2013   Link
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    General CommentC'est La Vie translates from french as That's Life
    IrishMan44on September 28, 2015   Link

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