Elle est toujours à la bourre, la fille du Chat Noir.
Avec sa petite gueule d’ amour, toujours elle nous égar.
Ses grands yeux bleus s’étonnent, quand on est trop bavards.
Après deux, trois verres de Rhum, la fille du Chat Noir.

Et c’est comme ça tous les jours, on attend de la voir.
On flippe et on se rassure, au moindre de ses retards.
Depuis l’temps qu’ on se biture, nous les piliers de comptoir.
Elle sait bien qu’elle est toujours, derrière nos yeux hagards.

Faut dire qu’elle aime bien sentir nos regards.
Sur elle glisser de haut en bas au hasard.
Pour elle c’est bien plus grisant que de se voir.
Nue dans sa chambre debout devant son miroir.

On lui a tous un jour promis la lune, quel espoir ?
Car on a beau lui faire la cour, à chaque fois elle se marre.
Elle sait que tous nos beaux discours, ne sont que des miroirs.
Aux alouettes car le soir, on fini tous au radar

Faut dire qu ‘on s’en fout bien tous de savoir.
Si l’un de nous sera l’heureux veinard.
L’homme de sa vie, et si c’était un cauchemar ?
Nous c’qu’on préfère c’est encore et toujours boire.

Alors pour la faire sourire c’est pire que le Dakar.
On se bouscule et alors c’est vraiment le bazar.
Pour la faire danser, rire ou lui payer un pétard.
Pour qu’elle nous aime encore comme au premier soir.

Car,
Faut dire qu’elle aime bien sentir nos regards.
Sur elle glisser de haut en bas au hasard.
Pour elle c’est bien plus grisant que de se voir.
Nue dans sa chambre debout devant son miroir.

Mais,
Faut dire qu ‘on s’en fout bien tous de savoir.
Si l’un de nous sera l’heureux veinard.
L’homme de sa vie, et si c’était un cauchemar ?
Nous c’ qu’ on préfère c’est encore et toujours boire.


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LA FILLE DU CHAT NOIR Lyrics as written by Eric Digaire Cedric Floc'h

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