English version of "Je Tire La Langue". Written by Elsa Lunghini and Christian Marsac....
A woman in a dress
Tries to catch my eyes.
She's wearing yellow tights.
I just walk on by.
Nothing on my mind.
Everything is fine.
I'd like to fly around the world
But I haven't got a dime.

I'm in love with life
Like a vase loves a knife.
If I give you my hand
Maybe you'll understand.
If you see me around
Give a smile, not a frown
But if you don't like my mouth
I will stick my tongue right out.

The cottage of my dreams
Will be shades of blue.
A warm and friendly place
And an ocean view.
Friends who come in tears
I will bring them cheer.
Cooking up a storm or two
If I still remember how.

I'm in love with life
Like a vase loves a knife.
If I give you my hand
Maybe you'll understand.
If you see me around
Give a smile, not a frown
But if you don't like my mouth
I will stick my tongue right out.

I walk the avenue
I'll wait until it's dark
Sitting in the park
Just for a while.
Make the children smile
How I wish the lights
Would dim
With a snap at my command.


Lyrics submitted by Oliviaka

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