Dans mon petit lagon émaillé
D'à peine un demi-mètre carré
J'ai tout juste assez pour me noyer
J'ai tant besoin d'y être assisté
Je ne pèse plus rien je ne fais que chercher
Sans jamais craindre d'être délavé
J'ai suffisamment infusé
Pour ne plus savoir comment nager

Fais-moi plaisir apporte-moi
Une clope, un whisky et toi,
Un peu d'eau chaude beaucoup de toi
J'ai trouvé enfin je crois

Décrasse-moi bien les cheveux
Et toute la sueur qu'ils ont portée
Pique-moi les yeux
Encore une fois, fais les pleurer
Tous mes torts plongés dans ce liquide
Je l'espère ne remonteront pas
Qu'ils aillent se faire foutre dans les rides
Qui creusent le bout de mes doigts
Dans cette flaque d'égoïsme
J'aimerais fondre tout entier
Et pour taire mon opportunisme
Je t'y invite volontiers

Fais-moi plaisir apporte-moi
Une clope, un whisky et toi
Un peu d'eau chaude beaucoup de toi
J'ai trouvé enfin je crois

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