Charlie Boisseau - Si tu crois (English translation)

English translation

If you believe

If you believe that the day exists
You must find a way
The way is found at the end of your dreams of children
Where they say what they think
A country where the hours dance
 
The only thing that come to mind is pleasure
If you believe that love replaces
All the worries that worry us
And that it can erase the bitterness of time
I talk alone and I lose myself
You sleep very far away from my stories
Outside I hear the rumble of the storm in the wind
 
And the rain that will fall until the morning
And the night that will drive us much further
And your heart that fights like the time that spreads out
My life without you would not be the same
 
I run towards daybreak
The moon in your velvety eyes
I search for it through big, white clouds
If you believe we are on earth
To live a mysterious life
What is the point of getting rich other than the feeling?
 
And the rain that will fall until the morning
And the night that will drive us much further
And your heart that fights like the time that spreads out
My life without you would not be the same
 
Everyone searches there
Love or fortune
Me, I watch for the moon
At your side
Everyone searches for their way
At the convenience of the unfortunate ones
Me, I listen to the moon
That talks to me about you
 
If you believe that a dream doesn't have a future
Me, I think that it would suffer from much of anything
So that my heart fights like time that spreads out
And my life without you wouldn't be the same
 
And the rain that will fall until the morning
And the night that will drive us much further
And your heart that fights like the time that spreads out
My life without you would not be the same
 
And the rain that will fall until the morning
And the night that will drive us much further
And your heart that fights like the time that spreads out
My life without you would not be the same
(If you believe that a dream doesn't have a future)
Me, I think that it would suffer from much of anything
 
Submitted by Will Hagerman on Fri, 13/10/2017 - 02:11
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