La mer ca n's'invente pas
Et nous on crève à rester là
Et le funambule beau qu'il est
Marchant sur son fil
Charles il disait l'albatros
Il en est mort à marcher sur la terre
Mais ce n'est pas fini on va continuer
à voler dans les airs
Et les supermarchés
Pour nous donner l'air
De ne pas rien faire et pour manger
On va s'aimer encore
Là pendant des années
J'étais là moi monsieur
Et puis y'avait la Ginette qui valse en guinguette
Qu'a toujours un verre d'avance
Des fois qu'on ferme la dernière porte
C’est pour rêver et faire la fête
C'est des musiciens sur des tréteaux
Tôt ou tard ça va s'écrouler
Mais leur histoire on s'en fout
Y’a Ginette qui continue à tourner
Allez Ginette!...

La mer ça n's'invente pas
Et nous on crève à rester là
Et c'est tout. ....


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    General Commenti love this song. help translating, please??
    crossfitter21on July 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI try but maybe google translate do better ;) :
    the sea, that has to be true
    And us, we croak by staying here
    and the aerialist, handsome as he is
    walking on his tightrope
    Charles was saying the albatross
    He died of it, of walking on the ground
    But it isn't done, we will keep on
    to fly in the air
    And the supermarkets
    To look like
    To not do anything and to eat
    we will love each other more
    here for years
    I was here, me, mister
    And there was Ginette, who waltz en guinguette (open-air café?)
    who has always on drink ahead
    In case we close the last door
    It s to dream and party
    It s some musicians on trestle
    sooner or later it will fall down
    But their stories, we don't care
    There is Ginette who goes on turning
    Go ginette!...

    the sea, that has to be true
    And us, we croak by staying here
    And that's it. ....
    flooraon May 31, 2012   Link

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