Puntare e perdere, provare e perdere,
Sempre e solamente puntare e perdere.
Stretti movimenti necessari per capire che sia tutto giusto,
Che sia tutto a posto.
Sorridi tra stereo superocker e muvie supersucker, sorridi...
E che ne sarà di noi SMOKER?
Cura quel che hai, altrimenti giochi a perdere.

THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE.
A volte è fragola e troppo spesso è merda.
THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE,
Semplici modi per darsi un apparenza.

Scoppia come bolle di big babol la tua faccia come quando ridi troppo
Pensi poco e resti senza ossigeno,
I know were I'm going...
E quando arrivi PENSAMI e quando arrivi RESTACI.
Ora prendi il fiato e scivola,
Come una goccia d'acqua sopra un vetro su cui finisce il vento.
I did it in my way!
Cura ciò che hai altrimenti giochi a perdere.

THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE.
A volte è fragola e troppo spesso è merda.
THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE,
Semplici modi per darsi un apparenza.
THAT'S LIFE me oui, in ogni circostanza.
THAT'S LIFE, scegli quel che vuoi cura ciò che hai oppure giochi a perdere.

Mud… I know where I'm going ... mud
Scegli quel che vuoi altrimenti giochi a perdere.

THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE.
a volte sa di fragola ma spesso sa di merda.
THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE, semplici modi per darsi un apparenza.
THAT'S LIFE me oui, in ogni circostanza.
THAT'S LIFE... scegli quel che vuoi, cura ciò che hai, dai quello che puoi,
L'unico modo che conosco per resistere.

Eccomi. sono il difetto di un prodotto altrimenti perfetto, L'INETTO.
Il giusto clow per il tuo party,
Bei vestiti e denti bianche che sorridono, tra i fiumi di bacardi.
Tutto è programmato, tutto è già studiato,
Vite dentro a un cubo senza respirare ossigeno.
Una messa a punto di un progetto mirato e pensato
Per far di te il mio nuovo idolo.

THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE.
A volte è fragola ma spesso sa di merda.
THAT'S LIFE MAN, OUI C'EST LA VIE,
Semplici modi per darsi un apparenza.
THAT'S LIFE me oui, in ogni circostanza.
THAT'S LIFE... scegli quel che vuoi, cura ciò che hai, dai quello che puoi,
L'unico modo che conosco per resistere.


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    man no-one knows these guys outside of italy, i went to a show of theirs last night and man, they are so energetic live, anyhow, try to get a hold of their new cd numb, it kicks royal ass!anyhow moka is mocking society and onesself more or less..

    gio1984on May 16, 2004   Link
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    I 've seen them live 8 times (I'm italian)....they kick ass..really great, i hope that they could be more known all around the world...

    giulydefon December 01, 2004   Link

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