Je suis le tonton le grand maître du P.A.F.
Un total fanatique de la culture de masse
Les fêtes, les parties, tout ça moi je m'en passe
Les ambiances cathodiques sont reines sur ma place
Défenseur intégriste du plateau repas
Me voici grand gourou du guide Télé-achat
Je méprise ceux qui disent que c'est pas bon pour moi
Que j'serais mieux dehors... à jouer les paras
COMMUNI...
COMMUNI...
COMMUNI...
COMMUNIQUER
Les grands politologues me disent pour qui voter
De leur parole Divine jamais je n'dois douter
Les critiques littéraires me font des résumés
Me font gagner du temps... Comment les remercier?
Fini le temps où je pensais comme papa
L'indépendance d'esprit, mon dieu quel dur combat!
Maintenant tout est clair il n'y a qu'une vérité
Je l'accueille tout ouvert... Je suis cathodisé
Je vous surprendrai quand je passerai à la télé
Alors peut-être vous voudrez m'écouter
On n'existe pas quand on n'est pas cathodiséPar la lucarne tout devient vérité
Sacralisons l'Homme devant son prompteur
Devant le tube exorcisons nos peurs
Prions fort et surtout louons bien le seigneur
Pour qu'on y voit juste une poussière d'heure
Communication
You fuck the nation


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