dimanche 8 mars 2009

Pour ces Dames

8 mars, journée de la femme.

Pour toutes celles qui reçoivent des coups.
Pour toutes celles qui sont heureuses.
Pour toutes celles qui ne le sont pas.

Pour toutes les mères.
Pour toutes les soeurs.
Les bonnes, les mauvaises.
Salutations.



I changed the lock on my front door so you can't see me anymore
And you can't come inside my house, and you can't lie down on my couch
I changed the lock on my front door

I changed the number on my phone so you can't call me up at home
And you can't say those things to me that make me fall down on my knees
I changed the number on my phone

I changed the kind of car I drive so you can't see me when I go by
And you can't chase me up the street, and you can't knock me off of my feet
I changed the kind of car I drive

I changed the kind of clothes I wear so you can't see me anywhere
And you can't spot me in a crowd, and you can't call my name out loud
I changed the kind of clothes I wear

I changed the tracks underneath the train so you can't find me again
And you can't trace my path, and you can't hear my laugh
I changed the tracks underneath the train

I changed the name of this town so you can't follow me down
And you can't touch me like before, and you can't make me want you more
I changed the name of this town

I changed the lock on my front door, I changed the number on my phone
I changed the kind of car I drive, I changed the kind of clothes I wear

I changed the tracks underneath the train, I changed the name of this town
I changed the name of this town
I changed the name of this town


Change the locks
Lucinda Williams

5 commentaires:

É. a dit…

Ah, Luciiiiiinda !

Yvan a dit…

Criss de beau billet Gom.

commando8 a dit…

Fuckin’ A!

Sti de toune!

Gomeux a dit…

Oui monsieur!
Viva Lucinda.
Beh, merci Yvanovitch!

McDoodle a dit…

Si je n'étais pas toujours aussi en retard, on ne me reconnaîtrait plus. Merci Gom.