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Toi tu ressembles de plus en plus à ton père
Et moi de plus en plus à ma mère
Et tous les autres ils font c'qu'ils peuvent c'qu'ils veulent
On est tous comme ça, alors ?

Lequel de nous tous n'est pas bizarre
Lequel de nous tous s'en sortira plus tard
Alors ?

C'est une histoire de fond qui concerne tout l'monde
Une histoire de plafond pas accessible à tout l'monde
Alors on se démène avec c'qu'on a
Y'en a qu'on d'la veine et d'autres
Pas facile de vivre à côté
La différence fait le style la ville la modernité
La campagne la morale
On est tous préoccupé
Par plus tard, plus tard

Lequel de nous tous n'est pas bizarre
Lequel de nous tous s'en sortira plus tard
Alors ?

Même si plus tard faut pas y penser
Y'a toujours un trouillard pour te rappeler :
"Quelle sera ta retraite, il faut cotiser
Cautérise toi la tête et fais toi soigner
Malade, malade !"
Je suis calme calme calme
Mais j'peux pas m'empêcher
De rester calme calme calme
Dans la complexité
Monsieur content n'est jamais fâché
Madame humour fait de l'humour
Monsiuer méchant va tout casse c'est comme ça
On pourra rien y faire

Lequel de nous tous n'est pas bizarre
Lequel de nous tous s'en sortira plus tard
Alors ?

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