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Jeff Buckley – Parlez Moi D'amour lyrics

(Edith Piaf cover / Live at Olympia, Paris, on July 7 1995)

Parlez-moi d'amour,
Redites-moi des choses tendres.
Votre beau discours,
Mon coeur n'est pas las de l'entendre.
Pourvu que toujours
Vous ripitiez ces mots suprjmes:
Je vous aime.

Vous savez bien
Que dans le fond je n'en crois rien
Mais cependant je veux encore
Icouter ce mot que j'adore.
Votre voix aux sons caressants
Qui le murmure en frimissant
Me berce de sa belle histoire
Et malgri moi je veux y croire.

Il est si doux,
Mon cher trisor, d'jtre un peu fou.
La vie est parfois trop amhre
Si l'on ne croit pas aux chimhres.
Le chagrin est vite apaisi
Et se console d'un baiser.
Du coeur on guirit la blessure
Par un serment qui le rassure.



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