"Drakkar Noir" as written by and Thomas Croquet Laurent Mazzalai....
You could do it better
Drakkar Noir
Cheap fixtures, religious tales
Light a cigarette for two
Too close to get to
How come everyone knows you before they meet you?

In the jingle jungle
Jingle junkie
Jungle jungelmen
A better standard you're mediocre,
I want your tongue

Jingle jungle
Jingle jump before you stumble
I'm just too glad to say no
Oh no, no

Scandinavian leather
Drakkar Noir
Fake riches, oblivious tales,
On a domestic airline
Swear to god that you're mine

In the jingle jungle
Jingle junkie
Jungle junglemen
A better standard you're mediocre,
I want your tongue

Jingle jungle
Jingle jump before you stumble
I'm just too glad to say no
Oh no, no

How I wish I knew
How I wish I knew you from before
'Till I die
'Till I die
'Till I die

Burn the avenues, until the city unfolds
Won't we have to know
Do we have to know what truth is?
Why I wish I knew
Why I wish I knew you from before
'Till I die
'Till I die
'Till I die
'Till I die
I'm just too glad to say no
Oh no, no, oh no, no


Lyrics submitted by ReclusiveRaider, edited by fernandoji, rangapras

"Drakkar Noir" as written by Frederic Moulin Christian Mazzalai

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentAmazing, that's what I love on their songs. You can't understand it 'till you experience it.
    eyal91on March 27, 2014   Link
  • -1
    My OpinionThomas Mars just likes saying "Drakkar Noir" so he basically made a song as an excuse to sing it... because it makes no freakin sense otherwise.
    DopeMastaFunkon February 01, 2014   Link

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