Un rêve étrange
Qui me dérange
Un bout de ciel, j'ouvre les yeux, je me lève
Sans que rien autour de moi, oh, oh, ne l'enlève

Des hommes étranges
Qui me dérangent
J'en ai rêvés, j'en ai touchés sans les voir
A mon tour je me suis vue devenir

Superstar, oh, oh
A chacun sa gloire, oh, oh
Il n'est jamais trop tard, oh, oh
Superstar

Un geste étrange
Qui me dérange
Je ne vois pas le vrai du faux de ce monde
ça ne ressemble pas à mon rêve, pas une seule seconde

Des lumières étranges
Qui me dérangent
Pour que chacun puisse enfin bien se faire voir
A mon tour je me suis vue devenir

Superstar, oh, oh
A chacun sa gloire, oh, oh
Il n'est jamais trop tard, oh, oh
Superstar


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