S'il faut briser ses poings sur la face de l'ennemi
Je briserai les miens sur la face de la vie
S'il faut frapper plus fort que ceux qui nous menacent
Je fracasserai la mort et les années qui passent

S'il faut être fou pour que tu m'aimes un peu
Je boirai à genoux dans l'église de tes yeux

Une larme à la main
Je n'ai peur de rien
Ni des anges ni des hommes
Non, je n'ai peur de rien
Ni du mal ni du bien
Que Dieu m'pardonne
J'ai le coeur
Loadé comme un gun
Peur de personne
Comme un gun
Que Dieu m'pardonne

S'il faut trancher sa peine pour partir sans regrets
Je trancherai la tienne et la mienne après

Je suis sûr que le vide est rempli de lumière
Si un jour tu te décides, attends-moi pour le faire

Une larme à la main
Je n'ai peur de rien
Ni des anges ni des hommes
Non, je n'ai peur de rien
Ni du mal ni du bien
Que Dieu m'pardonne
J'ai le cœur
Loadé comme un gun
Peur de personne
Comme un gun
Que Dieu m'pardonne
Loadé comme un gun
Peur de personne
Comme un gun
Que Dieu m'pardonne

S'il faut quitter la Terre pour trouver le bonheur
J'enterrerai nos prières et la vie qui pleure

J'ai l'cœur
Le cœur
Ahhh
Loadé comme un gun
Peur de personne
Comme un gun
Que Dieu m'pardonne
Loadé comme un gun
Peur de personne
Comme un gun
Que Dieu m'pardonne
Ahhh

S'il faut être fou pour que tu m'aimes un peu


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