"Les Crepés Aux Champignons" as written by Olivia Blanc and Mathias Malzieu....
Il est parti ce matin
Je ne l'ai pas retenu
Il est parti comme un rien
Comme si c'était entendu
Moi, je n'y comprends plus rien
Je me laisse mourir de faim
Et comme je ne me sens pas bien
De ma fenêtre, je crie sans fin

Allez, reviens à la maison
J'te ferai des crêpes aux champignons
Allez, rentre ce soir
Promis, je ferai tous tes devoirs

Il est parti hier matin
J'ai décidé cette nuit
Que tout en l'attendant
J'y passerais tout mon temps
Je ferai dans l'aviné
Je ferai dans l'entêtement
Aujourd'hui comme demain
De ma fenêtre, je crierai sans fin

Allez, reviens à la maison
J'te ferai des crêpes aux champignons
Allez, rentre ce soir
Promis, je ne touche plus au poignard

Il a fui depuis six cent six matins
Six cent six jours que les voisins
Hurlent de leurs fenêtres
Que je dois la boucler
Ils disent que je suis folle
Que c'est moi qui l'ai tué
Que mes idées s'envolent
Que j'ai tout oublié
Moi, je sais que c'est faux
Pour qu'il revienne
Je chante haut

Allez, reviens à la maison
J'te ferai des crêpes aux champignons
Allez, rentre ce soir
Promis, je ne touche plus au poignard


Lyrics submitted by Danielpb

"Les Crépes aux Champignons" as written by Mathias Malzieu Olivia Blanc

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Mathias MALZIEU

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    General CommentThis is such a catchy tune, which belies the lyrics remarkably. I think this is from the perspective of a mother who refuses to believe that her young son is dead. She doesn't remember him leaving, she just knew he was no longer there one day, and starts starving herself: "Je me laisse mourir de faim" as she cries out the window to him to come back to the house, promising she will make him a crêpe aux champignons (his favourite food, perhaps?) and no longer touch a poignard. This is an old-fashioned rapier-like blade, and this could be the method by which he died?

    The bridge shows that she has spent 606 days crying out of her window for him to come back, giving the same two promises again and again, and that the neighbors have spent that same time-span telling her to be quiet, that she is crazy, and that it was she who killed him. She doesn't believe them, and continues to believe he will come back.

    This could be some other person, I guessed that the person in question is young, because in the midst of promising to make him some crêpes, and not touching a sword, she promises to do his homework for him "Promis, je ferai tous tes devoirs"
    ElenSilaon April 03, 2011   Link

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