So it seems I'm good at nothing, a loser, a bum, or so they say
Desperately trying to make my way in life but instead I'm diggin' my grave
And when I'm about to succeed I know you'll fuck it all up because that's how it goes

Then I'll go back diggin' deeper or at least that's what you think
But I won't allow you that pleasure, not much left but my pride but it's growing stronger
The more you ask the more you get and you're gonna get more than you ever guessed

And we will see who will be smiling
When I come down the street in my brand new silver Cadillac

You should remember the story of that young shepherd
Who had two thousand pretty biquettes and a goat that he was always beating up
One day he woke up and there was a biquette left but the goat had turn to an XXL model
(This is a metaphor)

So you'd better start to mark my words
The lamb soon will turn to kebab and in the name of Gagnahon I'll become worse than bad
I'll gather all your tears and wash my ass inside
It's the principle of turning tide, of turning tide

And we will see who will be smiling
When I come down the street in my brand new silver Cadillac

Cadillac

Cadillac Fleetwood 1959
Le sommet en matière de voiture automobile
Un salon roulant au moteur 8 cylindres placés en V

So you'd better start to mark my words
The lamb soon will turn to kebab and in the name of Gagnahon I'll become worse than bad
I'll gather all your tears and wash my ass inside
It's the principle of turning tide, of turning tide

And we will see who will be smiling
When I come down the street in my brand new silver Cadillac


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