English version of "Sous Ma Robe". Written by Raymond Donnez, Elsa Lunghini and Georges Lunghini....
Things are not going so well
Running out of stuff to sell.
Now the car's been towed away.
Your hair is turning grey.
And your children gone astray
Running naked in the rain.

If you want to keep your wife
You'd better let me go.
Please don't kiss me anymore
Even when the lights are low.
How you loved all of me
With your body and your heart.
You were young, you were free.
We would drive down to the coast.
Just to dive in the sea
But now, it's not the same.

You put your shirt on inside out.
You whisper where you use to shout.
New idea in your head.
Too much time spent in your bed
And the children that you fed
Haven't heard a word you said.

If you want to keep your wife
You better let me go.
Please don't kiss me anymore
Even when the lights are low.
You would say that
We don't have a thing to hide.
As you looked down on my breasts
Held your eyes open wide.
We would steal ourselves a boat
We would get up at dawn
And go no matter where.
You would say that we don't have a thing to hide.
As you looked down on my breasts
Held your eyes open wide.
We would steal ourselves a boat
We would get up at dawn.
And go no matter where.


Lyrics submitted by Oliviaka

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