Et ton visage au bout des doigts
Je prends la forme de l'avenir
C'est un chemin tout droit
C'est un grand sourire
On n'a rien à perdre
Même si l'inconnu
Peut nous surprendre au coin de la rue

Puisque c'est l'amour
Prenons l'amour
Comme on prendrait le droit
De vivre
Et si c'est un rêve
Faisons d'un rêve
La réalité
D'aimer
De flamme ou de pluie
De corps ou d'esprit
Et sans jamais compter les jours
De joies et de peine
Prenons ceux qui viennent
Puisque c'est l'amour

S'il y a des pierres sur le chemin
Il suffira de leur parler
De les prendre en mains
Les apprivoiser
On a vu des pierres
Se changer en or
Des cailloux devenir des trésors

Puisque c'est l'amour
Prenons l'amour
Comme on prendrait le droit
De vivre
Et si c'est un rêve
Faisons d'un rêve
La réalité
D'aimer

Quand l'un s'en ira
L'autre l'attendra
On s'aimera chacun son tour
Les cœurs se reprennent
Au bord de la haine
Puisque c'est l'amour

Oh, même les blessures s'effacent
Les heures brisées se remplacent
Vouloir, il suffit de vouloir
Non rien n'est classé
Ni rompu, ni perdu
Tant qu'on a gardé l'espoir

Puisque c'est l'amour
Prenons l'amour
Comme on prend
Le droit de vivre
Et si c'est un rêve
Faisons d'un rêve
La réalité
La réalité d'aimer
De flamme ou de pluie
De corps ou d'esprit
Sans jamais compter les jours
De joies et de peines
Prenons ceux qui viennent
Quand l'amour est là
Les cœurs se reprennent
Au bord de la haine
Puisque c'est l'amour


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