Cherchez pas les hommes en octobre
Y sont tout'partis dans l'bois
Ça a l'air qu'c't'année la chasse va être bonne
Tout l'monde va avoir son quota

Mais moé, tirer des balles su'des bêtes
Ça m'fait pas l'ver l'poil s'es bras
J'aime ben mieux sortir à l'hôtel
Pendant qu'les gars sont pas là
À soir on s'ennuiera pas

Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place
Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place

C'est là qu'les belles madames du village
Me d'mandent pour aller danser
J'changerais pas d'place, même pour la plage
Dor, de Montego Bay

Pendant qu'les chasseurs câllent l'orignal
C'est moé qui est l'king d'la veillée
C'est ben d'valeur pour la vie conjugale
À soir on va s'amuser
Vive les femmes en liberté

Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place
Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place

Le buck su'l top du 4 X 4
Les hommes arrivent en ville
Mon permis est périmé
J'm'en r'tourne chez nous pas d'trophée
Y faut qu'j'attende les baisers d'la nouvelle année

Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place
Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place
Les veuves de chasse sont arrivées dans' place
C'est pas des farces faudrait pas qu'on bavasse
Y faudrait pas qu'on bavasse


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