Personnal message

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A song of my youth, a French song, a sweet song. About regrets for what we’ve done or worst, for what we haven’t done. About the doors of the life which not always close up after we’ve been through.

Message personnel

at the end of the line is the sound of your voice
and the words that I can’t that I never shall say
those words that people fear when they don’t make them laugh
that have been too often in books, songs and movies
words I’d like to tell you and words I’d like to live
words I never shall say : I want to, I just can’t

I’m so lonesome I could die and I know where you are
I’m coming, wait for me, I know you, you know me
Will you spare me some time ’cause I’ll give you all mine

I’d like to come to you, but I always stay
I never come to you : I want to, I just can’t
I ought to speak to you, I ought to be with you
or at least try to sleep

I’m afraid you’ll be deaf, I’m afraid you’ll escape
afraid I’m too forward and I never shall say
that I’ve fallen for you

but if you think you could love me tomorrow
don’t be afraid of memories and sorrow
we’ll flee the past where we can leave tomorrow
come and rescue me

if you think you could love me tomorrow
don’t be afraid if the path looks narrow
between the past and the life tomorrow
come and rescue me

if you’re fed up with your life
and find no way
when every day is just another yesterday
think of me, think of me

but if you think you could love me tomorrow
don’t wait a day, don’t waste a time you can’t know
where will your life lead from here tomorrow
come and rescue me

if you think you could love me tomorrow
run, take my hand, and where you go I’ll follow
I need a sign so I can let my love show
come and rescue me

if you’re fed up with your life
and find no way
when every day is just another yesterday
think of me, think of me

but if you…
From: http://lyricstranslate.com

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~ by nournours on September 4, 2010.

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