Tu penses quoi, toi?
Tu dis rien

En une heure, de tes bras soufflait la colère du monde
Voyager, être là, sauver chacune des secondes
Et protéger du froid les idées sans confondre
Tu vois je rêve encore, penser plus vite que mon ombre

Vois-tu je serais roi, jusqu'à celui de ce monde
Te souviens-tu de moi, jusqu'au son de ma voix
Suis-je aussi maladroit et tristesse à la fois
Tu vois, je rêve encore marcher plus vite que mes pas

Mais toi, tu penses quoi?
Tu dis rien

Soulager de tes doigts douleur et poussière, mon ange
Au voleur de ta voix, plier chacune des phalanges
Me suggérer comme ça des yeux du bout des doigts
Tu vois, je rêve encore penser plus vite je peux pas

Mais toi tu dis rien, tu oublies
Tu penses à rien, tu souris
Mais qu'est ce qu'on est bien, on oublie
On traverse le haut, nos bas s'épousent sans lieu sombre

Et toi, tu penses quoi?
Tu dis rien

Je veux bien m'arrêter si tu veux danser
Moi je veux bien tout quitter si tu veux bien t'approcher
Moi je veux bien m'arrêter si tu veux danser
Moi je veux bien tout quitter si tu veux bien t'approcher

Mais toi, tu penses quoi?
Tu dis rien

Mais toi tu dis rien, tu oublies
Tu penses à rien, tu souris
Mais qu'est ce qu'on est bien, on oublie
On traverse le haut, nos bas s'épousent sans lieu sombre

Et toi, tu penses quoi?
Tu dis rien


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Tu dis rien Lyrics as written by Gaetan Roussel Arnaud Samuel

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