On s'accepte, ou on s'oublie
On essaie pour une nuit
Puis on s'arrête ou on se multiplie
Si l'on s'arrête sans un oubli
Est-ce qu'on accepte pour une nuit
Que nos essais, on les multiplie?

Mais si j'accepte, j'oublie, j'essaie je multiplie
Ces rêves au long cours seraient-ils de belles nuits?

Et on fait comme on a dit
Tu ferais pareil avec lui
Mais on fait comme on a dit
Tu vois, tu ferais pareil avec lui

Si mon amour, un jour de pluie
Je traîne encore sans un bruit
M'offrirais-tu la couche, le vin pour la nuit?
Mais si tu pars c'est pour mieux
Si tu pars c'est tant mieux
J'me donne pas la prétention d'en valoir deux
On a pas les même opinions, les mêmes transitions
À la ligne les points en suspension

Et on fait comme on a dit
Tu ferais pareil avec lui
Mais on fait comme on dit
Toujours la même chose, moi les rêves
Je les multiplie

Et on fait comme on a dit
Tu ferais pareil avec lui
Mais on fait comme on dit
Toujours la même chose, nous les rêves
On les multiplie, partez!

Et on fait comme on a dit

Tu ferais pareil avec lui

Mais on fait comme on dit

Nous les rêves on les multiplie

Mais comme on a dit

Pareil avec lui

Comme on a dit

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