Je suis l'éponge, le buvard, un alcoolique unanime
Un être à part aux frontières de la débine
La marque de mon sceau et dans tous les bars
J'suis le roi des poivrons, il parait même que je suis vicelard
J'essaie de changer, d'arrêter la déglingue
Pas ma faute, c'est cette bouteille qui me fait du gringue
Pur malt ou pur meuf, meilleur à 16 ans
Le show business a fait de moi un endurant

Life is so beautiful and I say that I wanna die
Je travaille mon karma

J'suis l'épave, la redave, multinationale du vice
Vision d'cauchemar, j'martirise les packs de 6
Je bois donc je fuis, parfois j'bedave aussi
Plus fort qu'O.J. pour dégoter des alibis
J'essaie de changer, d'arrêter la déglingue
Pas ma faute, c'est cette bouteille qui me fait du gringue
Pur malt ou pur meuf, meilleur à 16 ans
Le show business a fait de moi un endurant

Life is so beautiful and I say that I wanna die
Je travaile mon karma

Quand je n'veux plus sortir, on me traine
Quand je peux plus boire, je pique du zen
Je marche dans les traces de JOHNNY
La nuque longue et le teint jauni Je fuis la pression, le trac Les coups de jarnaque
Média control me rend insomniaque
Le biz m'épuise, on s'fait tous la bise
Les vrais rebelles se battent et se parfument au primitisme

Life it's so beautiful and I say that Idon't wanna die
Je travaille mon karma
Je travaille mon karma...
Avec le football club Lissois...


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