C'est la nuit
Le matin est la,je rentre chez nous
Les rayonns de soleil quand moi j'meteins
C'est comme chaque fois,fatigue et degout
Et la lumiere m'apaise enfin.....
C'est toujours pareil,aucun souvenir
Le meme impression cette honte de soi
Oh toujours pareil,dormir a mourir
Et plus jamais mais a chaque fois
C'est la nuit qui m;eloigne de toi
C'est la nuit bien plus forte que moi
C'est la nuit qui m'entraine et me noie
Ca nuit c'est l'autre face de moi............
Ce voudrais tellement,jurer ,te promettre
D'etre ce que je suis quand le jour est la
Un pere un amant,mais je cesse de l'etre
Quand l'ompre descend j'ouplie ma foi
Et je la sens qui vient tout pres me narguer
Sans la lumiere toutes mes forces me fuient
Tes larmes et tes mains,ne pourront m;aider
Et je deviens mon pire ennemi li da li da li da
C'est la nuit qui m;eloigne de toi
C'est la nuit bien plus forte que moi
C'est la nuit qui m'entraine et me noie
Ma face noir un autre que moi...........
C'est la nuit qui me prand chaque fois
La nuit qui se moque bien de moi
C'est la nuit qui m'impose sa loi
Qui nous vole a nous , me vole a toi....
C'est la vie c'est l'envie qui m'arrachent a' tes bras
La nuit qui m'attire tant dis pourqoui?
C'est l'envie qui ne me lachent pas
La nuit qui m'entraine oh retiens_moi........

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