1789 - It'll Be Fine My Love (Ça ira mon amour)

1789 - It'll Be Fine My Love

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This fear that undresses me
For having risked your name on my skin
And these tears that wash away your make-up
Come to carry away my senses beneath the waves

Despite everything
The looks that pierce
Near us
The banner that waves
After everything
Who cares/cares,cares,cares...

[Chorus]
It'll be fine my love
Ah! It'll be fine forever
Let us lovers go proclaim our
Forbidden oaths

It'll be fine my love
We will forget the drums
On all the walls, I swear I will write Freedom, dear

I dreamed our bodies, touching each other
Caressed the spirit of our ideas
I put my tongue in your mouth
To savor the essence of your every word

Despite everything
Desire is fragile
Near us
Pleasure in peril
After everything
Who cares/cares,cares,cares...

[Chorus]
It'll be fine my love
Ah! It'll be fine forever
Let us lovers go proclaim our
Forbidden oaths

It'll be fine my love
We will forget the drums
On all the walls, I swear I will write Freedom, dear

My love
It's your life that I'm marrying
On this day
Studded with red roses
Let us lovers go
We have to laugh and dance
See this spring... it's free

It'll be fine my love
We will write on the big day
I will offer you my nights for life
It's a promise

[Chorus]
It'll be fine my love
Ah! It'll be fine forever
Let us lovers go proclaim our
Forbidden oaths

It'll be fine my love
We will forget the drums
On all the walls, I swear I will write Freedom

Submitted by shisa on Thu, 24/11/2011 - 16:56
Author's comments:

"Ah! ça ira" was a song of the French Revolution which first appeared in 1790. The refrain "ça ira", meaning "it'll be fine", came from Benjamin Franklin, who was popular in France as a representative of the Continental Congress. When asked about the American Revolution, he would reply "ça ira, ça ira". The original song can be heard here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-srLjMRjoVI

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Ça ira mon amour

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