Sans Toi • Olivier Duret

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2018
Lyrics by: Olivier Duret

[Intro]
Je sais plus quoi dire, quoi faire
Tu me manques
Oli Duret

[Verse 1]
Tous nos beaux moments passés
Ensemble a nous explorés
Sont maintenant que des souvenirs
Qui me tue peu a peu malgre mon sourire
Et toutes nos promesses
Elle me hante sans cesse
Ton silence me fait sentir
Qu’on a plus rien a se dire
Que l’on a plus d’avenir

[Chorus]
Alors je dis
Je ne peux pas passer une nuit sans toi
Meme dans mes rèves
Tu n’es plus la et maintenant j’ai si froid
Si tu veux ma vie
Je te la donne faites en ce que tu voudras
Je t’en prie revient a moi
Je n’existe pas sans toi

[Verse 2]
J’ai connue d’autre femme
Mais elles ne brulent pas mon ame.
Tu m’a completement changer ehh
Et maintenant je ne fais que comparer
Je ne cesse de reflechir
A ce que j’aurais du faire
Ce que j’aurais du dire, oh non
Tu n’es plus dans ma vie
Et je me sens si petit
Comme un enfant sans abris
Alors je dis

[Chorus]

[Bridge]
Je donnerais ma vie, je t’enchanterais
Je donnerais mon tous, je t’adorerais
Donne moi une dèrniere chance, pour te devoiler
Que je pense qu’a nous deux
Comme je suis amoureux
J’ai rien sans toi.

[Keyboard Solo]
J’ai besion de toi
Ah ah ah ah
J’ai besion de toi
TMD boule track la

[Verse 3]
1 2 3 4 fois tu m’as laissé la
A te supplier de ne pas me laisser comme ca
J’suis passe chez toi, on me dis que tu n’es pas la
Je voulais juste te dire que je ne peux pas vivre sans toi
Tu es mon univers
T’es ma vie entiere
Je ne veux pas etre vulgaire
Mais tes ma particulière
Alors la je n’aurais jamais penser que toi
Tu m’aurais quitter je croyais que j’etais ton soldat
J’me sacrifirais pour toi, sans reflechir deux fois
Alors ma cherie je prie que tu me reprennes dans tes bras

[Outro]
Tu es mon univers
T’es ma vie entiere
Je ne veux pas etre vulgaire
Tes ma particulière




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