Joe Dassin - L'Été indien ( Αγγλικά μετάφραση)
The Indian Summer
You know, I've never been as happy as this morning
We were walking on a beach, a little bit like this one
It was autumn, an autumn where
The weather was good, a season that only exists in the north of America
There it's called indian summer, but it was just ours
With your long dress, you looked like a watercolour of Marie Laurencin
And I remember, yes I remerber very well what I told you this morning
A year, a century, an eternity ago...
We'll go wherever you'll want, whenever you'll want
And we'll still love each other when love will be died.
All the life will be the same as this morning
With indian summer's colours
Today I'm very far from this morning of autumn,
But it's as if I was there.
I think of you, where are you? What are you doing? Do I still exist for you?
I'm watching this wave wich will never reach the dune
You see, like it (the wave), I go back behind, as it (the wave)
I lie down on the sand
And I remember, I remember the high tides
The sun and the hapiness that went over the sea
An eternity, a century, a year ago...
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