Je veux du "vous"
Parce qu'entre nous, c'est lentement, c'est lent
Le songe est doux, immensité des sentiments

À perdre haleine
Le "vous" me sied, le vôtre est plaine
Apôtre, j'aime
Quand le "vous" me fait un enfant

Je veux du "vous"
Quand les dessous sont tutoiements
C'est lent, c'est à genoux
Que je vous vois lécher mon sang
C'est blanc, à qui la faute?
Si le "tu" a tué romance
Le "vous", si j'ose
Parce qu'entre nous, c'est lentement

Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? Deux voyelles s'aiment
Là, sous l'accord majeur
Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? À pas de loup, j'aime
Quand vous me faîtes peur

Je veux du "vous"
Parce qu'entre nous c'est lentement
C'est lent, le "vous" est vif
Le ventre gonflé de vos débordements
À qui la faute?
Le "vous" se fait suave et tendre
À vous dirai-je, maman, que j'aime sa présence

Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? Deux voyelles s'aiment
Là, sous l'accord majeur
Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? À pas de loup, j'aime
Quand vous me faîtes peur

Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? Deux voyelles s'aiment
Là, sous l'accord majeur
Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? À pas de loup, j'aime
Quand vous me faîtes peur

Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? Deux voyelles s'aiment
Là, sous l'accord majeur
Vous, où? Et ce vol mène
Là, où c'est l'apesanteur
Vous, où? À pas de loup, j'aime
Quand vous me faîtes peur


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