English version of "Caravane". Written by Raymond Donnez, Elsa Lunghini and Georges Lunghini....
The caravan moves slowly by.
The dog is smiling in the back.
By day, the sun is burning white.
By night, a million stars and the black.
Nobody cares to make a sound
And life carries on
Long as the dog stays in the back
And everyday is like another.

They love each other less than last night
More than tomorrow but it's not in sight.
The day is perfect, they feel alright.
Deep in the forest
Wolf keeps clear of the light, he ain't gonna bite.

They try to swim against the tide.
A rowbeat is far too dear.
They do not look to left or right
Letting the beauty disappear.
There is a girl upon the hill.
Her skin seems so fair.
He'd give his all for such a thrill
If not for the wife sitting there.

They love each other less than last night
More than tomorrow but it's not in sight.
The day is perfect, they feel alright.
Deep in the forest
Wolf keeps clear of the light, he ain't gonna bite.

He'd love to lose a pound
Or two to put it about
She doesn't have this attitude.
She's looking in more than looking out.

They love each other less than last night
More than tomorrow but it's not in sight.
The day is perfect, they feel alright.
Deep in the forest
Wolf keeps clear of the light, he ain't gonna bite.


Lyrics submitted by Oliviaka

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