R/
Non dit non mais non mais dit donc,
dit moi le donc, ce non-dit là.
Ce nom d'ici dit le moi donc
Non dit non mais non mais dit donc,

N'attendons pas d'être plus là,
pour me racconter tout cela.

Depuis jamais qu'on se le dit,
les années passent sans merci.

Si l'on se frôle c'est déjà ça,
chacun son rôle, pas plus que ça.

R/

On s'est menti autant de fois,
que l'on se disait tout cela,
Tous les matins et les midis
et toute la semaine aussi.

C'est ridicule mais c'est comme ça,
si l'on recule on voit tout ça.
On voit s'éteindre dans le ciel,
les étoiles et les arc-en-ciels.

On verra bien, tu me disais,
ce que cela fera après,
dans le lit de tous les non-dits
sommeille tous nos paradis.

R/

Pris on s'dira c'qu'on voulait pas
se dire mal où ça fait là.
tu sais les enfants, c'est comme ça
dira pas dira, dira pas
mais quand dira ça fera là
mal à mon estomac

N'attendons pas d'être plus là,
pour me raconter tout cela.
N'attendons pas d'être plus ici
pour me raconter tout ceci.
Ceci cela s'envolera,
et vite s'oubliera.

Non dit non mais non mais dit donc,
Non dit non mais non mais dit donc,
dit moi le donc ce non-dit là
dit moi le donc
ce nom d'ici dit le moi donc
dit le moi donc
Non dit non mais non mais dit donc


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    L'amour, la vie, les mensonges, le bilan... une chanson un peu triste, mais les paroles glissent toutes seules. Le duo est parfait, et les voix des deux interprètes s'accordent idéalement... une très belle chanson !

    dmolon December 30, 2006   Link

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