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Divine Comedy – Life On Earth lyrics

Build your coffin of balsa wood
Spend all that you earn
When you go you are gone for good
Never to return
Always to thine own self be true
Not to fools like me
Who'll change their minds
For the sake of rhyming schemes
Au revoir joi, bonjour tristesse
Only pain and sorrow
So don't rely on the stars above
Screw the universe
You'd better try to live your life on earth
So au revoir joi, bonjour tristesse
Good times come and they go
This life owes nobody happiness
Only pain and sorrow
So don't rely on the stars above
Screw the universe
You'd better try to live your life on earth
I'm gonna try to live my life on earth



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