Je descends les marches
J'ai déjà oublié avec qui je suis venu
La chanson de l'été
Je recommence la même que l'an passé
Rabâcher mon vécu
Faire croire que j'ai changé
Les gens autours de moi
C'est l'offre et la demande
Alors si je parle pas
C'est que j'ai du mal à vendre
C'est con je peut te résumer
A l'intérieur du corps
Le bruit qui résonne c'est :
Ecoute Tonton Klaxonne
Ecoute Tonton Klaxonne
Si je dois me déguiser en jeune démonstrateur de produits illicites
Je brule le cercueil et ses quelque fleurs
Moi j'appellerais l'hôtel
Je réserverais une suite
L'argent autour de moi
Ça les aide à comprendre
Si je traine avec un sac
C'est qu'j'veut braquer la banque
C'est con je peut te résumer
A l'intérieur du corps
Le bruit qui résonne c'est :
Ecoute Tonton Klaxonne
Ecoute Tonton Klaxonne
Ce bruit poupée, tu le connais
C'est comme la fois ou
J'ai détruit la télé
Ouais comme ça BANG
Pas d'introduction, plus d'informations
Et c'est moi le roi sur terre
J'emplis des phrases et moi ça me rend fade
Je pars au Brezil , Ô modern bikini
J'emplis des phrases et moi ça me rend fade
Je pars au Brezil , Ô modern bikini

Ecoute Tonton Klaxonne x4

I walk down the stairs
I already forgot who I came with
Last summer's hit song
I start again
The same as last year
Go over my background
Make you believe that I've changed

The people around me are all about give and take
So if I don't talk, its because I have trouble selling.
Its silly but I can resume
This little noise in my body goes haaaa...
Listen to Tonton Klaxonne

If I have to disguise myself as a youthful illicit product salesman
I burn the coffin and its few flowers, I call up the hotel and reserve a suite
The money around me helps them understand
If I carry a bag with me, its to rob the bank

Its silly but I can resume
This little noise in my body goes haaaa....
Listen to Tonton Klaxonne

This noise baby, you know it
Its like the time I destroyed the TV
Yeah like that, bang
No introduction, no more information
And Im the king of the world
I write rhymes and it makes me bland
I go to Brazil, Oh modern bikini

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