Me, I walk along Ste Catherine
Getting warmth from the Métro
I don't look through shop windows
When it's thirty below zero
It's been a long time since we were politicos
Twenty years of war against mosquitos

I don't feel intrepid
When it snows I don't go skiing
I don't have a motel in Laurentides
Sunday night is hockey night*

It's been a long time since we were politicos
Twenty years of war against mosquitos

Don't think that I'm an fool
Because I don't drive a convertible
The glory is fairly useless
At the price of gas (petrol) it's too distressing

It's been a long time since we were politicos
Twenty years of war against mosquitos

We are all enemies (?)
We always had good times
Because we're on the earth of men
And women and children

It's been a long time since we were politicos
Twenty years of war against mosquitos
Don't believe that we're not Christians
On Sundays we walk our dogs


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