J'pensais pas que j'te reverrais
J'pensais pas que j'te reverrais
Après tout ce qu'on s'était fait, moi
Je pensais pas que tu reviendrais

C'est pas compliqué de me garder
C'est pas sorcier de m'adopter
Après tous mes efforts donnés, moi
J'pensais pas que tu m'oublierais

Faut se le dire on pense à soi souvent
On pense qu'à soi tout l'temps
On réfléchit si souvent
Notre égoïsme, faudrait l'lâcher un p'tit peu
S'il vous plaît

J'pensais pas que j'te reverrais
J'pensais pas que j'te reverrais
Après tout ce qu'on s'était fait, moi
Je pensais pas que tu reviendrais

Merci merci de patienter, merci merci de repasser
Si vous pouviez me les avancer
S'investir, ça devait fonctionner

Faut se le dire on pense à soi souvent
On pense qu'à soi tout l'temps
On réfléchit si souvent
Notre égoïsme faudrait le-

À des kilomètres, moi je reste entier
À des kilomètres, moi je reste entier
Malgré les terres, les mers, les baies

On se reverra dans quelques années
On n'aura pas vieilli on aura tous vingt ans
On n'aura pas vieilli on aura mûri seulement
Avec Marie qui aura marié Yvan

Et perpétuellement dans la vie on se ment
Y a rien à gagner, y a tout à regretter
Mais c'est pas sûr qu'on ira en voyage

Y a rien à gagner, y a tout à regretter
Mais c'est pas sûr qu'on ira en voyage
Souvent, à soi, tout le temps, penserx


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