Et là, elle a sorti son couteau
Et puis, elle lui fait son affaire
De la boucherie au kilo
Elle le découpe en morceaux
Et là, ça commence à faire peur
Surtout si on sait qu'c'est un homme
Car dans la pièce ça sent le meurtre
Et surtout le sang chaud
Ca s'passe au fond du vestiaire
Après un cours de natation
Tout près, tout près des sanitaires
Il la matait un peu trop

C'est une histoire qui se vante
D'avoir le mérite de vous plaire
Ecoutez ça ça enchante
Les boutiques des mémères
C'est une histoire happyless
Qui fera vendre des journaux
Remplir les caisses de la presse
Et ruiner les badauds

Après elle lui dit qu'il est beau
Surtout que le rouge lui va bien
Mais lui il n'entend plus trop
Il est déjà bien loin
Alors elle l'embrasse très fort
Il paraît que ça lui donne bonne mine
Elle sait très bien qu'elle a tort
Elle a commis un crime

C'est une histoire qui se vante
D'avoir le mérite de vous plaire
Ecoutez ça ça enchante
Les boutiques des mémères
C'est une histoire happyless
Qui fera vendre des journaux
Remplir les caisses de la presse
Et ruiner les badauds

Les radios vont toutes en parler
Les journaux ne s'arrêt'ront jamais
La piscine ferm'ra pour longtemps
Pour nager c'est embêtant
Elle finira en prison
Il finira dans un cimetière
Et l'image qui fait sensation
C'est le sang et les viscères

C'est une histoire qui se vante
D'avoir le mérite de vous plaire
Ecoutez ça ça enchante
Les boutiques des mémères
C'est une histoire happyless
Qui fera vendre des journaux
Remplir les caisses de la presse
Et ruiner les badauds


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