"Pictures Of Yourself" as written by Bertrand Lucien Cantat, Frederic Vincen Vidalenc, Gay Serge Marius Pierre Teyssot and Denis Guy Marc Barthe....
You got out every night
To shatter all the mirrors
You open all the doors
To find out
Some pictures of yourself
You scatter each piece of you
In the earth of the city
Diving into those pretty lights
Beating and singing

I'm so silly
Don't no what I'm living for

Then you go
Radio on your skin
Follow the western dream
Anything's good enough
To find out
Some pictures of yourself
You walk along the shops
You image in the windows
Singing I can take
What I want to take
Cause you know

I'm so silly
Don't no what I'm living for
Then you go


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"Pictures of Yourself" as written by Denis Guy Marc Barthe Bertrand Lucien Cantat

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