C'est là, que je l'ai vu
Sur son petit drap de bain
Il regardait une revue
J'allais pour me baigner
Toute entière je me trempais
L'eau était froide je grelottais
Je sortais et je pensais
Puisque je n'ai rien pour m'essuyer
Je vais lui demander

Sa serviette à fleurs rouges (x 3)
Avant que je devienne toute bleue
Bleue comme ses yeux

Voilà, on en était là
Je regardais ma chair de poule
Et vu qu'il n'y avait pas foule
J'allais, je m'approchais
Vers ce garçon qui ne me voyait
Même pas il regardait
Je sifflais et lançais
Des cailloux pour attirer son attention
Pour me sécher avec son chiffon

Sa serviette à fleurs rouges (x 3)
Avant que je devienne toute bleue
Bleue comme ses yeux

Si j'attrape une bronchite
Alors là je dis non, shit
Aux sirops pectoraux aux suppos aux antibiotiques
Je préfère poser la question
Ce garçon a l'air bien sympathique
Eh ! man, faudrait qu'tu m'dépannes
Je voudrais, je voudrais (x 2)

Ta serviette à fleurs rouges (x 3)
Avant que je devienne toute bleue
Bleue comme tes yeux

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