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treize ans toujours
ce qui était lui les moteurs dits
ils me demandent où j'ai été
voici se trouver une dame la plus belle
le soleil et vent et battement de mer
j'étais une déesse avant que le marbre m'ait trouvé
la neige chuchote au sujet de moi
n'accrochez aucune guirlande
doux comme lit dans la terre
je n'ai jamais su que la terre a eu tellement l'or
je vous ai détesté

 



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