Restons immobile
Rien ne nous attend
Rien qui ne soit plus futile
Que ce doux moment
Restons sans mouvement
Sans geste inutile
Gardons nos forces à present
Avant que tout ne file
Restons encore un instant
Un instant comme s'ils étaient cent

Rien ne nous attend
Soyons indolents
Sans effets de style
Et sans mobile apparent
Ne bougeons plus d'un cil
Restons eocore un instant
Un instant comme s'ils étaient cent
Rien ne nous attend
Restons encore un instant
Un instant comme s'ils étaient cent
Rien ne nous attend


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Immobile Lyrics as written by Frederic Emile Monvoisin Fabrice Regis Robert Dumont

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    Let us remain motionless nothing does not await us nothing which is more futile only this soft moment

    Let us remain without movement without useless gesture keep our forces with present before all does not slip by

    Let us remain still a moment one moment as if they were hundred nothing awaits us...

    Let us be indolent without stylistic effects and without apparent mobile let us not move more than one lash

    Let us remain eocore one moment one moment as if they were hundred nothing awaits us...

    Let us remain still a moment one moment as if they were hundred nothing awaits us...

    chinad0llon January 30, 2006   Link

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